Treasure Island

Demarcus Walker

(7/29/92 / Texas)

Song of Love


Song of love
When you are in love's sway
There is so much you want to say
But there seems to be no one right way
And the closest closeness still feels far away
Lover's kisses are like dew drops on the petals of your eyes
Love's whispers are recalled through every one of your sighs
Lover's touch inspires the fires of passion
Heart speeds up without a lesson
Lover's sensual smile
Takes you a mile
Lover's sonorous sound
Attests to life being so profound
The sight of the lover's form
Has supernal mystical charm
My love is a glorious mystery
Who is fast becoming my story and history
My love is a colorful butterfly with golden wings
For whom mind creates poetry while the heart sings

Submitted: Thursday, April 23, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, June 03, 2009

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  • Cristy Upshaw (6/9/2009 8:54:00 PM)

    wow, this is so stunning. I love the flow and the inspiration this gives. I loved the three lines:

    Lover's kisses are like dew drops on the petals of your eyes
    Love's whispers are recalled through every one of your sighs
    Lover's touch inspires the fires of passion (Report) Reply

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