Donald William Kinney
Without Dreaming - Poem by Donald William Kinney
It did come to pass
that I see her standing there.
Like the sun rises
for it rose within, within a sigh.
giving a glow oh so fair.
Her shoulders are licked with sunlight,
eternity is in her eyes
hair soft as angel's breath
on body so advised.
But her loins the howling on high I adore.
Love multiplied and subdued me
for I had never loved before.
In her presence I wash my eyes of hurt
and fill my ears with the sounds of day.
Because She is here not there
giving me all she can in her special way.
Without her after truth before all intending,
when now is forever,
and here farther than space.
Have everything we need to be together
with our lives tempered by her grace.
Her and I can love.
Our love is light, light is life,
and life lives eternal without dreaming.
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