sylviasearcher

Escaping Midnight Solitude



In the soft emptiness of my midnight solitude
You took me and made me yours.
You laid me bare
Warmed me with such care
Lit me up with your desire
Laid me down before your Fire

With words you made me save
Myself from what I crave
Pushing me further, deeper, closer
Still.
Teasing me of my own free will

Watching me lose control
Of my body, mind and soul
Feeling my senses come alive,
Before you, beneath you, no where to hide.
As you finally release from me
The flood of longing only you could see

I close my eyes and I'm there again
Breathing your name
Releasing my pain
Calling for more
Kneeled on the floor

Please visit me soon
With the light of the moon
And the shadow of day
Always serving, I stay.




























 


























 

 

Comments3

  • Neville

    These words may well have been written many years ago, or even today.. they are difficult to date, the only clue I can find is, most of your recent posts have a more mature feel.. Having said that, I feel privileged to have been exposed to some of your good memories of a feeling I hope you may still have and if you dont, at least some that you previously recall that ya had... N

    • sylviasearcher

      Thanks for reading, it was written 2-3 years ago so interesting that my style has matured. It was probably not long after I first began to dabble in writing poetry.

      I’m not sure if it was a memory of a good feeling or a naive one.

      • Neville

        My pleasure sylviasearcher ...N

      • BLACKGOLDKING

        Great piece
        Well done

        • sylviasearcher

          Thanks for reading. It was written a while ago. It is a bit rough around the edges!

        • tepo

          Think you are being a bit hard on yourself
          Going by your answers to comments
          This is a great write

          • sylviasearcher

            Thanks Tepo, don't tell anyone here but I'm not really a Poet! Shhh x



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