The shimmering turquoise waves of the sea,
And the ivory rocks on the shore
Play roughly with each other,
Naturally all it happens.
The matrix of life must be uncovered
The labyrinth of the divine perceived,
In my heart I take the dessert
And hopelessly, I cry.
Footsteps in the burning sand I see
Tarantulas walking over my neck
I abide motionless,
My lips are slowly kissed with a dream.
We run, following the Stars of Heaven,
You're dragging me to climb the dune
I feel amazing with you now,
It must be your ethereal touch.
In an instant this reverie ends
And I return to a dull place,
I realize something is hanging,
Heavy, as a rock.
Topic(s) of this poem: beauty, heart, mystical love, nature
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