Jeweled Night

Jeweled Night

A Poem by Mutley
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The night air is breathing,

In my lungs and out your soul,

Somehow I feel your heart beating,

Under my skin, with love, heaving.

 

A cool breeze dabbles in our embrace,

Swimming in a warm pool of euphoria,

The air is alive with the sound of insects,

And your eyes are afire with the heat of passion.

 

This night is infinite,

A breath of your scent,

Your hand in mine, forever content,

The sound of your voice, so supple in delight,

Like a sweet strawberry, I wish to take bite.

 

Above our hearts, aglow with tranquility,

Invulnerability shines its humble durability.

The moon is pinned high in the stars,

For us to reminisce this night in the small hours,

This jewel that stays forever ours.

© 2010 Mutley


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Good poetry, well done, 7 points

Posted 9 Years Ago


Flowing gently, smooth and soothing. This was such a pleasure to read. Hope that you would post more of your work.

Posted 9 Years Ago


You, my friend, are my fav. writer! I love this write! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS!! Keep it up!! (:

(: Makayla

Posted 9 Years Ago


"The sound of your voice, so supple in delight,
Like a sweet strawberry, I wish to take bite."

That made me smile. I think this is very sweet, and I just love all the emotion conveyed. :)

Posted 9 Years Ago


A sweet and beautiful poem. Lovely images and rhyme. Nice work

Posted 9 Years Ago



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Mutley
Mutley

Chesterfield, VA



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