Dream Lover

Dream Lover

A Poem by Jaxson Phoenix

I met the woman of my dreams
while standing in the rain.
She smiled and I knew at once
That she could ease my pain.

Her hair was long and golden
and shone bright as mid-day sun.
Then she smiled as if to say,
it has only just begun.

Her lips were red and luscious.
Her countenance had a gleam.
She filled my heart with such delight
I thought, this must be a dream.

I begged the Goddess of Love
to help me win her hand.
But she laughed as if to say,
such beauty can't be held by man.

Ever diligent I must be
on this quest to make her mine.
Crossing mountains and valleys
and even oceans of time.

I will forever worship
at the altar of her love.
Hoping that this angel
Will come down from above.

© 2008 Jaxson Phoenix

Author's Note

Jaxson Phoenix
This was written in 1995. I have retained much of the structure so as to preserve the poem. It is meant to demonstrate my progression as a poet. Thank you for reading my work.

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Poesy filled with beauty and grace!

Posted 15 Years Ago

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Jaxson Phoenix
Jaxson Phoenix

Issaquah, WA

Like many, he has sought for the meaning of life and his place in it. He wrote those thoughts in the form of poetry and ended up with a unique collection. He placed those thoughts in a book which he .. more..