Gianna Jett

Moonlight - Poem by Gianna Jett

Hold me keep me in your embrace,
Let me see your beautiful face.
Touch my soul like it has never been touched before,
Have us within the ultimate dream upon the ocean shore.
Think of all the things that we can share,
I cannot wait to meet you there.
Hold my hand to let me know,
Face to face with the morning glow.

Leaving it all behind as we listen to the doves cry,
You'll never have to look back or ask me why.
After all the endless laughter and tears,
Know I have found you again throughout the years.
I have kept your picture within my locket,
And I have kept a lock of your hair in my pocket.
When our love is surrounded without lust,
Be still as the wind carries us like golden dust.

Unto eternity we are forever linked,
One last look before we have blinked.
To take one last look upon the earth,
But we refrain for heaven awaits our birth.

Thou has loved me in the future, present, and past,
Moments that are forever mine as our love will always last!
Ridding us from all the dark and shadows cast,
All left within the glory of the light it has.

I have always seen you in my eyes,
For our love holds only truth, not lies.

An Immortal kiss to know that we are alive,
Seeking a place to know that we have lived,
Doing what we loved as we lived our lives,
Being with the ones that kept us happy until there was nothing left to give!

With words so beautiful it will make you cry,
As true love and the beauty in our love will never die

Topic(s) of this poem: immortality, moon

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Moonlight Chapter Two Midnight Muse, The Tales of Emeraude Written by Jennie Renee Sparrow.

Comments about Moonlight by Gianna Jett

  • (11/18/2015 7:07:00 PM)

    A passionate love poem with smoothly flowing flowing emotions like a river flowing through the vast expanse of planes. Enjoyed the great soliloquy in the form of a beautiful love poem. Thanks for sharing.10++ (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, December 18, 2015

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