We Partake of Her PleasureA Poem by BLBrown
A love poem about waves that crash upon my heart, invoking the Greek Gods Poseidon, Gaia, Aphrodite and Zeus.
Love is like rolling waves that wander on oceans,
they stream resplendent, swelling great and vast on the earth.
Children of Poseidon, with undulating motions,
his trident raised in power to give these waves their birth!
As sweeping winds move waves across these shining waters,
they rise to the pull of the vain and glorious Moon.
And ebb and flow t'ward Goddess Gaia's coastal daughters,
as she, Earth Mother, bequeaths the land in shore and dune!
They’re the thoughts of my love, that like the moving waves,
shifting across my heart, I invoke Goddess of Love.
And with these pleas, Aphrodite graciously thus gives,
her sweet roses, and her kindly nature from above!
Roses adorned, come to me my love, say I so moved,
and as you reach for me, our hearts beat strong together.
Then we do pay homage to the Love Goddess firm and true,
passion soars and we partake of her godly pleasure!
While the crashing swells then come home to Gaia mother,
leaving once-dwelled waters to a fated dry demise.
We too, escape the seas, in love, lifting each other,
rising then to kiss among Zeus' majestic skies!
© 2012 BLBrown
AboutHello, my name is Barbara. Writing is my calling in life. It took me awhile but I've finally answered. I will write anything, poetry, ditties, short stories, and am currently also working on a .. more..
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