Kevin East

Rookie - 6 Points (22 April 1954 / Amersham bucks)

Everyday. - Poem by Kevin East

I hear jazz in the trees.
Tinkling on the breeze.
Sprinkling melodies.
Like the sunlight
On a secret lake.
When I awake.
Beauty whispers
From your eyes.
To materialise.
In a dawn surprise.

I shiver,
With the love
That hits my heart.
With arrows from your quiver.
Though apart,
You scatter flowers
At my feet.
Rainbows are incomplete
Without your smile.
I drink the nectar
Of your distant kiss.
Far away bliss,
On diamonds of the tide.
That ebbs and flows
Like that miracle inside.
That ties sweet bows
Of cloud in the skies.
Under the glittering prize
Of our star kissed romance.
Only sunsets enhance
Our tender goodbyes.
As my heart sighs
In the silence
Of a promised embrace.

I see your face.
And surf the ocean frantically waving.
Inwardly craving
Our passion,
That ran away to sea.
The drowning of ecstasy.
As my hands were tied.
I tried,
To touch
- So much.

Still to bear,
That chair.
I crouch,
In despair.
To slouch.
To 'Air on a g string'
From Bach.
Our dove flies.
With fluttering wing
Uttering Spring.
In bluest skies.
In slow motion,
As my rhymes capsize.
In the ocean.
In amber lit bay.
Like forgotten tunes.
I wish now
Would play.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 16, 2012

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