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Sister's of the Moon

Updated on January 31, 2010

Twelve hours before the strike of noon

Fair sister's of the jeweled white moon

Have you seen my angel?

Fair, gentle, delicate in bloom

My soft silken even electric princess

Writhing raven haired Empress

Jeweled emerald eyes

An Open treasure

Deep Inside

An endless dream

invites my passionate scream

A majestic sunrise

A border-less surprise.

My latent fingertips miss

the delicate caress

of her wet dew garden

where flowing springs of joy burst free

from longing and swollen glory

A natural story

Kisses south in searing passion

She loved me to purple vision

Maddening

Rapture in bliss

Dizzy in ecstasy

Tell me

Where can she be?

I love her milk

Surprise

Her silk

Sunrise

Lament with me fair sister's

Where can she be?

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  • Joy56 profile image

    Joy56 7 years ago

    nicely written

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    Connie Fiala 7 years ago from Australia

    Beautiful. I am a true romantic & your writings captivate me.

    Keep writing my Friend, Keep writing

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    daniela cala 7 years ago

    wonderful one! very gentle words it remind me a dream..great!

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    msorensson 7 years ago

    Awesome!

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    Michael Achilles 7 years ago

    Thank you.....Tantrum!!!!Cheers!

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    tantrum 7 years ago from Tropic of Capricorn

    What a lovely poem ! I like the imagery. Cheers ! :)

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    Sherbet Penny 7 years ago from Galway, Ireland.

    Excellent piece.