Suzy Kassem

Saturn's Symphony - Poem by Suzy Kassem

She doesn’t alarm me
Lady Harmony
When she rests her hand
Between you and me -
Blue and green
Sand and marine
Swimming in a wave
Of reality,
While drowning in
Amarna's distant dream.
An ancient Queen
And her
King supreme,
Two immortal souls
Of the 5th beam -
Flowing in the 7th stream.
Slipping in each other’s sweat
And bathing in
Breaths of steam.
Feet to feet
Two cats in heat
Dancing like wild savages
In a sacred desert retreat
Two souls merging,
And divine
'I can feel your hearts beat',
Says Lady Harmony.
She then throws us
Into thunderous throes
Complete with pounding wind
And animalistic tones
She watches us moan -
In the flame of twins
Shin to shin
Skin on skin
Pouring light made of crystalline
Salt mixed in with
Musk and leather
Creating our own
Pharaonic storm -
Our own bionic
And sonic weather
Fully blown
On a horizontal throne
Full of turbulence
And aural pleasures
Her hand caresses our vessels
Like the blessings from
A falcon’s feathers
Sending us to galactic heights
Mending our lights together
Then while pulling on Passion’s lever
She reveals Isis’s lapis
Box filled with
Erotic and oral treasures
Lips crushing
The Nile ever gushing
In a moment
And complete.
Lady Harmony -
She always charms me
Whenever we do meet
In repeat.
Her moves are fleeting
When two souls are
In Saturn’s sensual

Topic(s) of this poem: love, relationships

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Saturn's Symphony was first published in 2008 in Truth Is Crying, then later in 'Rise Up and Salute the Sun - The Writings of Suzy Kassem' in 2010.

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  • Jenie Franksay (3/31/2015 4:20:00 AM)

    lovely... it has melody interwined in its lyrics... pls read my poems and give feedback.. :)0 (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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