Love Sea Poem - A Love Between Shore & Sea

Lovers Shore and Sea
Lovers Shore and Sea

Love Sea Poem - A Love Between Shore And Sea

The powerful sea is my beloved,

And I am his faithful sweetheart.

We are forever in unity,

We are forever in love.

Then the moon draws me from him

Whenever its getting dark,

I approach my love in haste

And depart from him reluctantly with millions of little farewells.

He quench my thirst and submerge my heart with just a simple splash,

He softens my voice and embraces me,

Encircling my every needs.

At the ushering in of every dawn,

I wish to recite him the rules of love upon his ears,

To convey my love and all I feel,

And he embraces me longingly.

At eventide I sing to him the songs of hope and joy,

And then print smooth kisses upon his face.

For I am swift and fearful,

But he is quiet, patient and forever thoughtful,

His broad bosom soothes my restlessness

And I in turn caresses him with all my little finger tips.

As the tide comes we caress each other,

When it withdraws, I drop to his feet in prayer.

Many times have I heard lovers complain of their smallness,

And I offer them a peaceful place to sigh.

Many times my lover tide have lifted drowning souls,

By guiding them diligently to his beloved shore.

For me to love and embrace them with my billion sparkling arms,

I take them in silence and nuture them to strength .

Alas sleeplessness has weakened me,

But I am a lover and love is strong.

Goodnight my love cover me,

Heaven is guarding while we sleep.

© Copyright David Beepathsingh

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bonnebartron 5 years ago from never one place for too long

poetry is alive on HP!

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Sharon Douglas 5 years ago from GA, United States Author

alive indeed Bonnebartron

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