Debra Tiede

Mystery Of Him - Poem by Debra Tiede

Morning light reflects upon my eyes
A new day begins
Its mysteries yet to unfold
My view over shadows my want for now

The peace of flowing waters
I drift along with the gentle waves
Calming my needs

The treetops swaying in the breeze
I rock slowly in rhythm
Soothing my soul within

And colorful flowers bursting forth
Delights my imagination
Bringing smiles that swell my heart

Gazing upward to the vastness of blue
The sky with no whisper of clouds
All tranquil and serene

Yet my vision clouds once again
As the desire to see his face
Casts all the beauty before my eyes aside

I search my minds eye
For a glimpse of his eyes,
His smile,
His lips upon mine.

My want transforms my needs
To consuming desire
My soul aches
My heart yearns
For just one touch
Of his gentle hand upon mine

Is it love?
Or something else
That fuels the fire within?
All I know for sure:
I long for his embrace—and more

The light fades
My view turns to shadows
And the world enters sleep
A long dark night
Of twinkling lights
That dance within my vision

I give release to my need
Visualizing us together
Ignites the fire blazing within
Satisfied, yet yearning still
The mystery of him
Is left for yet another day.

(April 23,2006)

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 23, 2006

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