Noréys E. Daniels

Rookie (September 10,1992 / Detroit, Michigan)

Air &Water Signs - Poem by Noréys E. Daniels

'Air &Water Signs' by: Noréys E. Daniels
by Noréys E. Daniels on Wednesday, April 13,2011 at 6: 31am

A breeze, so sweet &soft
It so gently rustles the trees
Which sprout from a child's imagination
Near the river...Is the best!

Whimsical, yes!
Unpredictable too...
One sway away from a whirlwind
One ripple away from a tidal wave

Oh, Aquarian soul
Will you meet with me &let's begin the work
Not toil; I am the soil
I am soft too, if you let me be gentle to you...
I can heat you, feed you, &knead you into peace

A reservoir, keeping all of your deepest treasures
Your gold, your gems, your fleece...
But most of all your mind is my favorite piece

You see the foals of the pasture grazing?
You see the doe, the colt as it bucks, quiver yet still in it's knees?
That is because of me, my dear
I am the Earth
I am the volcanoes
I am the turf

Man, you are the waters
The layers of firmament for our empire
To not falter
Help me breathe
Be my air, fill my lungs

I will give you armies
They will speak many, countless tongues
You will be master of all the ships on my seas
Just hydrate me, please
I will do the rest, just one heave from your lovely chest...

Give me notion
We will be each others healing potion
I am herbs, you are liquid motion
Whisper to me with your wind
I will caress you with every one of my limbs
With no needles þs

I will be your bed of roses
If you be my photosynthesis
I will be your ultra violet light
If you be my catharsis

I will stay one astronomical unit away from the Sun
Just to keep you right
We can rule this world together
The beasts, the sea creatures, and the fowls with feathers

Oh, poetic soul
Share some of you vision
I will join your mission

If there is a grater cause
Let me be the one you call
Your woman.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 8, 2011

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