A Chapter by Sir Drift & Mr. Pulse (Y.A.D.)

And though, winds raged, anchored was he
as no one could blow away his love for she
who sails his heart, through radiant fields 
of flora and fauna, a wild love sealed

He loves her still, stead fast, steady
A beating drum, boulder-sat heavy
When numbers cease and heavens fade
He sits the waters in deep rone shade

Thus loving her, I split the rubber sky
to hollow the impact from the rising tide
And hover emotions in her chest at will
Because out of all rejections, I love her still

Quilt feelings of a vast desire inside
An empty need I cannot hide
We lag such love with stretch long due
For I cannot deny how much I Love You

© 2017 Sir Drift & Mr. Pulse (Y.A.D.)

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There is such a tenderness expressed in the loving even through the wildness of the storms. Beautifully passionate and alive with the essence of love's deep waters.

Posted 7 Months Ago

Sir Drift & Mr. Pulse (Y.A.D.)

7 Months Ago

Oh these were the days
This poem seems to read like a boat on the sea, swaying to and fro.
How lovely.

Posted 1 Year Ago

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Added on September 15, 2017
Last Updated on October 3, 2017


Sir Drift & Mr. Pulse (Y.A.D.)
Sir Drift & Mr. Pulse (Y.A.D.)

Worcester, MA

My writing is strongly based on science, culture, myths and fantasy. I do enjoy poem writing but short stories are my passion, I am developing a few novels as well. I am looking for any critique that .. more..