Kasia Fedyk


Sailing Away - Poem by Kasia Fedyk

Sailing away,
on a journey to find treasure
again,
buried in her womb.

The deep deep sea
like a lady love
is calling.

She gives it to me
and I keep it, Oh and I do,
when I'm without her.

She wants me to return
every time I step onto the earths crust,
again,
she cries.

Let me tell you about her, a bit
may I?

Her eyes shimmer in the night
while she wears her moon
like a taboo.

Oh, and she loves me so,
I can feel it
she calms down
when I am there
by her side
gliding with her
like an alabaster
on a blue velvet
that she wears.

When I use words she doesn't want to hear
she explodes,
taking me with her
on a ride of my life
and I go along,
obeying her every move.

I never forget
the way she touches me
she plays and teases
with her majesty
and I'm her puppet
she gives freedom to
so freely.
I am.

Her tears are precious
and her love abundant
her smile a sacred place
even the sun wants to warm, so much
and it does,
-she giggles
and shimmers
like a queen
for me to see
and be free
sailing away to the-
- the unknown.


Comments about Sailing Away by Kasia Fedyk

  • (6/1/2012 6:56:00 AM)


    Her tears are precious
    and her love abundant
    her smile a sacred place
    even the sun wants to warm, so much
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 31, 2012



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