How Lovely - Poem by Kevin East
How lovely she is
The woman I have never met.
Who waits with diamond eyes
In eternal sunset.
While love slumbers in my memory.
From cloud at last breaks free
It's then she will awaken me.
From this cave where the lovelorn dwell
I smell soft rain on lonely bluebell.
As moonlight casts his vivid spell.
Brushing her lips
Rouge painting her face.
Only dreams take trips
To that wonderful place.
Now lovely her spirit
That refuses to leave
Then sits down to cry
With my tears in her eye,
While spectres past I need to grieve
Who still come to haunt with loving sigh.
When the moon conducts the stars
Born only as ours
Will accompany her dance of grace.
A celestial butterfly
Only tortured souls could chase.
To touch her cheek with tender word
Her hair blowing my mind
Unspoken joy- unheard.
Then she turns off the moon
So we lie in naked wonder.
To softly shake and swoon.
Our special crescendo
- A rolling thunder.
Our juices mingling
New morning sensually tingling
With promises silently scattered among
Glorious scent of flowers unknown.
Lovebirds chattered and sung
About the magic
That love has sown.
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