Desire

Desire

A Poem by Mizuki Tsukiakari

Dragging, my heart by this chain; You have me,
Link by link, word by word; you whisper, I listen.
Those eyes of yours, I wish to see,
My tears, they fall as rain; Glisten.

Desire lit upon me as a fire,
Burn me as I bow to you, my sire!
I send a kiss to your mile; my hands on you, your body I will vow to tire,
O, but, believe me! For I am no pretend, no liar.

A Desire of yours, I will vow to be.
Knock on the open door, of your heart; I come in.
Our love to grow from this seed, a majestic tree,
With our eternal Desire we shall live with eternal sin.


-Mizuki Tsukiakari

© 2013 Mizuki Tsukiakari


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Mizuki Tsukiakari
Something that just came to me randomly. I hope you enjoy : )

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A brilliant piece: well thought out and perfectly executed. I still compare it to Shakespeare a little, well done.

Posted 6 Years Ago


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