In The Garden of Eden: An Acrostic Sonnet
H appy the sweet cave of your enchanter,
A pple of valour, surfing your desire.
P ain and joy torment your burning fire,
P ulsing out as innocence expire.
Y our sacred sanctum bared, forever missed,
V oicing a concern of lover’s anguish.
A ttempts to console ‘midst tinted red,
L ocked in embrace with tender kisses said.
E lysian is the flow on stain-filled sheets,
N o fear, a smile aglow, my virgin sweet.
T hus touched thy face, a shining bless´ed sight,
I n fullness now a heavenly delight.
N ow filled with love our bodies draped in white,
E loped into the silence of the night.
Manatita, theFlame-Weaver. ©Copyrighted 20th February, 2016.
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