Daydreaming Through Conversation
Have you ever Loved the Universe
And the girl that it was in?
Have you ever looked into her eyes
And felt those tears begin?
Have you ever wondered what she’s thinking
Is she thinking of him?
No you’re caught in the beauty
But you’re looking past her skin
Looking past her body, her vessel
Gazing at the spirit within:
A wild horse running
Around you with a grin
She plays around, a test
Are you worthy to win
To be in her heart
To behold of her gin
Her intoxicating presence
Now she turns a fin
And swims up to the heavens
She’s a goddess going on her way
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (184.108.40.206) -- Friday, December 22 2006, 07:34 pm|
You write good poems. They're so deep that you have to read them over until you get the message the you're conveying...and it's worth the read!
W.O.W. Accolades Miztrebor!
Beautiful! Just Beautiful!
|Bipedalguy (220.127.116.11) -- Saturday, December 23 2006, 09:14 am|
That's beautiful, so beautiful. I love it. I've read it 3 times today,(Saturday) and I bet I shall read it several times more before tomorrow.
|Lexy (18.104.22.168) -- Tuesday, December 26 2006, 04:51 am|
My favorite so far
|Helena (22.214.171.124) -- Wednesday, December 27 2006, 08:37 pm|
it was an enchanting poem. i especially loved the first two lines. now all you have to do is turn it into a song. :P
|MC (126.96.36.199) -- Thursday, December 28 2006, 06:15 pm|
so stunningly well written. Just lovely.
|d (188.8.131.52) -- Monday, January 8 2007, 06:37 pm|
|Cassandra (184.108.40.206) -- Tuesday, March 6 2007, 01:36 pm|
I really, really love this one! To all of the women still wild at heart, you explain us beautifully. I think I know who this is about too lol! Something does bother me though, I dont think the last part fits. It might just be the 'now' at the end because there is a now at the beginning.
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