jackie compton

Sea Of Love - Poem by jackie compton

There is a river out there somewhere.
It snakes it way around the mountains of love.
Meanders through the valley of compassion.
As it makes it's way to the sea love

As a gentle breeze make the sampling trees of hair
sway to the music of the heart.
As it flows freely to the common sea of love.

lost in compassion lost in the time forevermore.
Day after day life seem to just drift away.
The naked curve landscape is appealing to the eye.
Like a long and wounding road one sees, but only travel in
his mind.

That gives rise to the volcano of desire.
That erupts as the life giving lava flows into
the river.
That flows down to the sea of life.
Where all living things begin to exist.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011

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