Kaori K

Kaori K

A Poem by WRITER-----------POET

Nothing cannot brake my trust
Over golden tube
Sounds of your lungs
Music made by your heart
Rainbow clothes over your flesh
Symbols are over your eyes

Slowly and deep and desire to read
What is inside each human soul
Let all let it go
Improvisation at each action
Dont be tight by rules and cold logic
We are not robots we are not slaves
We are floating hearts at own universe
Story goes how our mind fly
At each sunshine is hope
At each heart is beating love
And you play for me
At hour of midnight magic
And streets are empty for us

Sunset over golden ocean
So funky at your lips
Smile and love twist
When you kiss me my wrist
Heavy drums at beach sand
Hear anything at one sense
Waves are fresh and warm
At south island of hot history
Stars are around the morning sun
At red clothes you dance
My eyes are open to the rain
Faith is strong when we get hurt
But we are not
What people think
Emotions are explotion of your music
At shade of palm tree
We drink this rain

West or east
Find own peace
Without to kill any beast
Be clear and strong
Have courage for personal story
Dream and see your self like hero
Never give up and never became evil
Fires all around but we dont feed them
Inside us calm waters from mountains
Punish can be more cruel than crime
And criminals can turn to good people
Who can judge and who can be justice
We leave this for universe law
Climb on the stairs where we can laugh
And make party for joy end
On the walls is not any frames

Airflow inside our hearts
We feel we are part of something great and new
Sculputure at the park
We made it and we build it
For better dates and better lovers than we are
At bus station
You wait and laugh
I brought you lovely cat
She have black and white
And red tale
She smell like you last night at the stairs
It s gift and is not
Near to river
We jump in
Make big circle
And love stay like that cat

© 2017 WRITER-----------POET

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Added on March 16, 2016
Last Updated on October 22, 2017