Pure Fantasy

The sun sets in paradise and rises in your eyes
As your hearts glow illuminates the night
With ebbing waters begging to be heard
By the moonlight streaking upon them
As your glistening eyes pull desperate love
Out of the tides of unbridled hesitancy
Until the falls crash all around you
From melting snows of a faraway place
Warmed by the passion that burns in your veins
Until the silent sun rises again looking for shells
Withstanding my need to never leave the night before
As your silhouette reminds of all my dreams
That came true in the instant that you smiled
As I entered your heart
And left the quill of desire empty
As doubt that is removed by a promise
To live on until the sun sets again
And the night calls you to my side.

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rahul0324 4 years ago from Gurgaon, India

Lovely... the passion is felt all along

Beautiful piece of poetry!

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The Suburban Poet 4 years ago from Austin, Texas Author

Thanks rahul!

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