Time and Shed Tears

The sun is rising
And it is beautiful.

Ra’s light shines
And illuminates
The darkened depths of
My psyche.
Casting His light
Upon the echo
Of your face.

My mind is
Fixed on you.
On a dream,
On a memory
Of a past we’ve shared,
Many lifetimes ago.

Your soft timbre,
Struck a cord
And unlocked a piece
Of my life force,
That I had long since forgotten.
Bringing back musicality
To my weary soul.

Your cherished words;
Words more beautiful than
Apollo, himself,
Warm the very fires of my
Body and
Breathe life back into
My paralyzed heart.

Your unchanging love,
Releases all of my
Worries,
My pain,
My strife.
My past,
That I could not let go.

Tears fall
At the memory of you
And I feel my
soul burning.

Eagerly waiting.

Waiting to be blessed.
Blessed by your kiss.
Once more.

Now the moon rises
And the day is gone,
And you are not here
By my side.

So I sit under Her glow.
Remembering the love
That was made
And the little secrets,
That were shared.

I remember the eons ago
When a brush of your lips
Against mine,
Could illicit the greatest
Pleasure,
And the greatest pain.

I could cry from the memory
Of it
And how your delicate
Fingers could
Lessen the sting of
My broken heart.

I sit under Her glorious light
And wait.
Bide my time
Till you are here again.

I sit and feel Her glorious warmth
And hold steadfast until you are
Near.

Time ticks by too slowly.

©KVP
Art: Skull Heads

Published by Kim V Poetry

I've always had a passion for writing. In this crazy world that we live in, I find my solace in made up words and make believe stories. Let's escape into the void and forget about it all just for a moment or two.

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