Vision Ghost

Rookie - 5 Points (24/01/1979 / Epsom, East Surrey)

In Her Eyes - Poem by Vision Ghost

Like a universe into one moment, of perfection unites
That a fissure, to my soul has been opened and alights
Her eyes looked down into me, to a depth I didn’t know
Reaching a point to which was deeper, than I could go

I ‘m holding a power in my arms, when I am within her
Every pearl of sweat like a crystal tear, to fall so under
Almost paralysed by this intensity, of her dark embrace
As I am so hers for every moment, tied in a black lace

My body ripples like lightning, anointing every nerve
A kiss that shall explore; touches every mind felt curve
Open her heart as she opens her soul, for me so to find
Place of her sanctuary, and deep away from the unkind

Never before, was I of these feelings I have now known
Her love swept over me, like a storm cloud now grown
And pouring this rain over my skin, to a new saturation
To my knees with arms out stretched, in consummation

Like a ghost inside my heart, her soul caresses me again
Tasting my spirits deep kiss, as she tears away the pain
Something born inside has awoken, to this sovereignty
Her touch in the dark, admitting to the soul inspiringly

At her knees I would pledge an allegiance, of forever
That even the event of sorrow or bliss, I will love her
As I have touched, innocence within love so now pure
That within her eyes, there’s something to now allure

Her lips to soothe my every agony, under flames duress
Tender her touch, from this replenished deepened kiss
I have from her so experienced, the taste of an eternity
Left in a wonderment, from this new sense of gravity

Trying to grasp this emotion, realising it is holding me
So gently that I didn’t realise its touch, until I was free
As from my finger tips, I sense this enlightenment fly
Only in her name I do bleed, for her name is that I cry


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 12, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 1, 2011


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