whisperingquill

The Warmth/ Piecing Hope

The warmth,

laying next to you
just to feel your warmth
how enchantingly serene.

To feel the pacing rhythm
of your velvet aorta,

seeping into me
as we lay back to back.

Burning my cold
dreariness away.

I have waited many zeniths
for a glow as endearing as your's
to reciprocate a force
I have never known.

I am resplendent
oblivious now to regret
she has captured me
this coarse ancient entity
no fighting
or hiding do I manifest.

Quest is accomplished
I can retire to amour's holiday
this mystic siren
who's song only I hear.

Vivacious lyrics dancing
in a apricot spume of joy
collapsing my mind and
serenading my ventricle
with labradorite
weighted by bliss.

She walks with me
through turbulent storms
intertwined glows
pissing off the sun
burning brighter
than a thousand
divine lanterns
congregating in Olympus.

I am in reverence
of her effervescence
together we become
a wave of bubbly eternal energy
dancing together among the stars
infinite lovers, of cosmic charm.

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Piecing Hope 

 

May you chase probity
on halcyon playgrounds
in a immaculate trance

Slip into the light of amour
so serene pristine as you
drift into the realm of everything.

 

 

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Comments4

  • Santita

    Wow WQ, The Warmth! So utterly beautiful! - its perfect!

  • malubotelho

    Oh! So awesome. I can see a shining poet here. Nothing can be more poetic than this. Thanks for sharing

  • whisperingquill

    Thank you for the comment and read Malubotelho 🙂

  • FredPeyer

    WQ, I think I was 'in a apricot spume of joy' when reading these two poems!



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