Almedia Knight Oliver
A Loving Partner - Poem by Almedia Knight Oliver
We found each other under
the evening's orange horizon
Hearts pulled by moon and
Swept up in the waves of time
If ever a woman is happy in her man-
I'm she who, delights in calming your needs!
Sweet spring springs pretty flowers
Solstice winter shares its gloom, yet
our love remain in bloom, and its beauty
kept by summer's warm sun
Your words in 'your killing love'
are like flower heads in spring, my
temperature slowly rising like morning's sun
King cobra, I offer you love instead of cream
and commands you rise up close to
my heart, and plant a kiss on my lip
You can take my life; but death is mine
You chose this hanging fruit
blemishes and all my time
Here. Take this ripen berry
that's barely attached to
I exhaled toxic air
then inhale our pure love, so
Bear with me in weakness, so
to stand up to my age
This fruit is over ripened and
ready to humbly fall at your feet..
Dear, bear with me in my weakness
that I can stand up to my age.
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