An Island Of Love
In Paradise there's an island called Love,
Where there's aways a bright shiny sun up above.
No dark clouds to darken the sky,
Where euphoria keeps our spirits up high.
Where you and your love can stroll hand in hand,
Then stop to make love on the warm glistening sand
Everyone's nude in this glorious place,
No sign of sadness on anyones's face.
All hearts are singing with rapture and joy,
No reason for anyone to be bashful or coy.
My love stroked my body, so eager and willing,
Kissed me all over, so breathtakingly thrilling!
Then slowly entered my chamber of love,
While we heard morning doves coo up above.
Enterance to this heavenly island, it seems
Can only be obtained thru our amorous dreams.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Scorpio (126.96.36.199) -- Saturday, July 24 2004, 08:58 am|
A very vibrant love you and your lover have going on, I assume. Your poem speaks in a depth that can only be grasped with such intensity and emotion. Very raw and powerful. This is a poem really worth reading, very nice.
|Terrie* (188.8.131.52) -- Saturday, July 24 2004, 07:54 pm|
thank you for such a vivid tour, my kind of dreams....your poems are to fall in love to
|Tarna (184.108.40.206) -- Monday, July 26 2004, 08:58 am|
I love the way this piece seems to flow. Weaving you into the dream - good read
|Meenakshi (220.127.116.11) -- Friday, December 14 2012, 11:06 am|
Beautiful sensual & my kind of poem! thanks.
|Robert Hayes (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, September 19 2018, 12:47 pm|
I like the separation theme, that is the way in which a moment away from reality in this work leads to a joyful situation. Except for the second and last verses the third person narrative, tended to draw away from the intimacy of the situation. The rhyming scheme suited the rhythm of each line and made for ease of reading and allowed the imagination to freely follow. I liked the poem very much.
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