Jordan Josephson

The Walk - Poem by Jordan Josephson

Come, my love, let us walk
In the moon that beckons us
To cement our love in movement
Heedless of the world
Of the their view and stance

Let us walk beneath the trees
Moving in the moonlight, branches
Shimmying above the calm
Of the sky diamonds
Sparkling to the horizon
Enhancing our joy

Let us lay, my light of
Perfect passion and equal safety
Let us walk, my treasure trove,
In the green fields
Covered in brilliance
Of the early dew of our love

Heaven awakens to surround us,
The sun awakens its jubilance
In our minds mysterious
Marriage of the azure expanse,
With the diamond brilliance
Of the Moon with sun.

Velvety grass covers us
Languid blue sky & clouds
Mind space & spirit swim
Throughly together
Translations no more
In the heat of our tangled limbs

Come my darling; let us walk
Through the golden lights
Rythmic swell of butterflies
Beaming passion's kisses
Ecstacy entwined with ease,
Float free transcending all needs

You my dark skinned love
Draining mind thoughts to
Divine image, heated emotions
Lips of living luxuries
Converging on moments peace
Combining for eternal understanding

Come hither my golden eyed love
Rest from day's incestuous
Tangle with the radiance
Filling and feeding the mystery
Give me the intoxicating glance
Of your Moon & Sun

Take the love of my minds eye
Images that my love seeks
To intensify the heated motions
Candour of the hands touching
Eyes that see behind the masks
Lust matters not in this tangled world

Come, my love, my prince & pour
From thy cup emotions bewitching
Brimmed & breathless -secrets shared
Of my honey eyed love
Conquerer of the hidden light
Prince, knight, servant more.

Golden sands cover us,
Blue seas & skies entrance us
Velvet, brilliant & green
Grass surveys our places sealed
Come my love, & let us walk
To the Moon and sun!

Comments about The Walk by Jordan Josephson

There is no comment submitted by members..

Edgar Allan Poe

Annabel Lee

Read this poem in other languages

This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.

I would like to translate this poem »

word flags

What do you think this poem is about?

Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 4, 2012

[Report Error]