The Seven Skies
Every stargazing, diamond-twinkling waters
interchanged with the midday ocean high and the sun's fry;
a grand superfluous starship, dreamship and loveship
of elegance, with an exquisite lone passenger.
This lone passenger, has been always the sole voyager
amongst this resplendent star-wayfaring Milky Way-cruising
phantom vessel; captained by this chivalrous cavalier -
a non-fictional aspiration - the bafflement of his unbelievable
gentlemanly loving heart is perceived
as a splendorous wonderment storybook-like fabrication.
On the contrary, his affection is lustfully all too real,
for the one whom his weary heart and saddened sole longs for.
Taking in a most astonishing turn of events,
precisely knowing where he desires to go.
Coincidentally, is the once-upon-a-time world,
greatly wanted to share delightfully;
nevertheless, you are his true love,
and together - the both of you shall unwaveringly
call this apocryphal paradise home
each dream-filled bedtime. Moreover, Aphrodite's frangible
touch further accentuates the breathtaking
ambiance of the enchanting constellations -
mystically dazzle the affection-laden, self-navigating
vessel to this cosmic world in the wee hours,
steadily flowing upon the vast calmness of the ocean
and returning them to the grandeur of sunshine relaxations.
Topic of this poem: fantasy
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