Words From You - Poem by Jay Harris
I see a shape in crystalline steel,
Glaring calmly with pastel zeal,
Invited intrusion, delicately dancing,
Around my mind, beauty shining.
A wispy trail skips past my lens,
Transient magic gives torpid sense,
Strength unending gives rise to wonder,
All my thoughts are torn asunder.
Now touch and warmth is all I feel,
Sparks of power jump from where you heal,
The rising Sun peers in to enquire,
That what he left still blooms in blue fire.
Now you're here, I anticipate much,
To see your smile rise from my touch,
I crave we travel to places unknown,
To see, and feel, and experience your home,
Take me with you on adventures abound,
Through sights in mist yet to be found.
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