Etienne Dugland

Ever Of Ever - Poem by Etienne Dugland

The road is filled of flowers now
But places were without living matter 'cause
The scent of Lilith had ceased to influence manners
Removed by angels at same time than Love

Today I'm the male who found
His female having a look on angels
Love suspended on their wings
Getting ready to fly above us

We come with the respect of our hosts
Who invited all of us to be free together
To begin our world without the lies
From others who had surfed on this wave

We want us to be whole
Behind the kisses of our dawns
Ready to plunge by need and come back
By the wish to find our columns

We understand that we are the secret
Feeding our heart and let be our thought
On a fly for each while still guiding us with sparks
Of our love to let grow our winged

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 27, 2008

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