Impelled :: Healing Through DialogueFrom poem #251 - I try to move the reader even more and set out to heal through dialogue and words
The first of 15 poems for a new muse, this one has me saying "I'd reckon the years by the stars you'd pull down, and my words, that whisper love in the light of dawn."
As you touch my hand and let our love light up - The skies as sparks fly from our skin, a deep cup
It's only in your heart that I would dwell for a while. Where I bask in the radiance of your beautiful smile.
For its your face I would remember all my life. Let me now ask that we live as man and wife.
I know you both have left much pain behind. But know that in love, much healing you'd find.
Dance you two, weave the story of the world between the tapestry of your own world. With senses keen.
My love, I'd be thrilled if only you would think to have me, for life is fleeting, gone in a blink!
The hills beckon me where I would walk in woods. Holding you beside me, each couple with their broods.
Melt me down to my elements, then cast me anew. For I would be pliant for you. My pledge I'd renew, To hold and cherish you until the end of my days. To swirl in your waters, live enthralled by your gaze.
Hope your senses reel at the thought of me. And all the ways I'd touch you deep and wild. How I'd bask in your love, shout in pure glee, As we found ways to unmask the inner child.
Tell me you'd be here this instant and I will stop all my meandering, rather live with you in glee.
It gladdens my heart to know that you exist. That the ether connects our minds and hearts. Tell me lover, should I walk through the mist? Would I find you ready to assemble all my parts?
Oh darling my light is glowing dim, but I wait. I strove hard to find you, first in my dreams, Now come quick to me before it's too late. Do you hear my whimpers amidst their screams?
On a patch of grass on the same side of a slope. So that we may grow in the melody of one another. Good water! That harbinger of plenty, and hope, Let me find you so we'd have each other for tether.