Treasure Island

Martin Kloess


The Tide


Tide
Collide
With the shore
As feelings roar
When once more I see
What a dream has set free

Feeling heart sore
At what couldn’t be
This treasure from the sea
A kiss from the moonlight
Which now has possessed me
With surging tides of delight
Waves of flame soon fill the night

With each kiss new dreams ignite
Drifting past reality
With our course now burning bright
As echoes call from distant height
And passion’s current holds us tight
A final kiss with goal in sight
A whispered wish as we unite

In welcome arms we alight
Returning pilgrims we
Bourn in ecstasy
Who did explore
Now a memory
Which we’ll adore
And once more
This tide
Ride

Submitted: Sunday, August 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 19, 2013
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