Dance On Heaven’s Shore (poem)

Once more the lovers’ music claimed the night

As they were in each other’s arms once more

There was no doubt who satin stars were for

As they would be the reason for the light


And in their shadow oh what dreams would sore

Soft waves of kisses rose to grace their sight

Each heartbeat would another Joy invite

As there again they danced on heaven’s shore


Amazed they gazed what timelessness could weave

As other dreamers lovers happened on

One chance to touch upon a moment’s glow


For dawn will spawn tear’s reason to retrieve

And why his curtains are forever drawn

He dances with one lost long whiles ago

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mackyi 2 years ago from Philadelphia

Beautiful as always Mhatter!

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billybuc 2 years ago from Olympia, WA

You are such a romantic, am I.

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ImKarn23 2 years ago

mmmmmmm...Dance with me!


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fpherj48 2 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

How could any woman stand ALL your Romance and Passion??? UP++

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JayeWisdom 2 years ago from Deep South, USA

This is a beautiful poem, and yes--you are definitely a romantic.

Voted Up, Awesome and Beautiful.


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AliciaC 2 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

This is another beautiful poem with a sad ending, Martin. You mix joy and sadness in your poems very well.

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Gypsy Rose Lee 2 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Voted up and beautiful. Lovely poem with a touch of sadness to equally lovely music.

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dailytop10 2 years ago from Davao City

Sad but it gives us a glimpse of reality. Thanks for sharing this wonderful poem my friend!

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BlossomSB 2 years ago from Victoria, Australia

Lovely poem. Sometimes our dreams do soar, but they also sometime come down with a crash.

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vkwok 2 years ago from Hawaii

Incredible poem, Martin! Thanks for sharing it!

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