Rust: Poems of Relationships and Love
That almost forgotten blossoming and unwrapping unfolding of sweet petals wanting only him…. For I have dreamt of him in my dark nights and called to him in my red dawns of awakening. My eagle soars to be with him A blissful feathered dawn. I lie with him in deepest indigo the night breeze elevates our sighs skyward mixing with Divine Dew Raining down on us in blessings wetting us in our union. A heavenly approval of why I love him so. Exquisite joy, exquisite pain are no strangers to me. For years ago, I slipped my moorings drifting out to sea.
That ocean of the heart's delight denied me for so long. The story of a love gone cold and weep while singing, so sad the song. They sing of how I risked it all to set my captive free. She stood alone in darkest gloom before a window barred, all dressed in black, I viewed her back and knowledge came to me.
She was my 'self' My strong desires I'd locked up on the day I gave myself in marriage, my freedom locked away, in a dark and lonely dungeon around me, only grey. So I broke free and chanced my fate out on life's oceans deep.
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Had I known the hurt and pain the endless tears I'd weep I may have stayed confined and lost Instead of free.. And tempest tossed But still I sail the stormy seas my destiny to claim. For faintly on the sweet night air I hear him call my name. I just keep going forward I am so glad I'm free For standing on some distant cliff he scans the seas for me. Who is this person who brings a smile to my lips and blood into my thighs?
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Who is this person? Who knows me so well Yes, my inner being? Whose words elevate and excite beyond measure. Whose knowing leaves me naked? He is all things imagined. All things desired. All things dark and light He IS all things! Hello and goodbye, Can't give one more try, I am on the road to find out. You allowed me to feel , mystical, surreal But I am on the road to find out. Our love was a blessing, in human dressing A gift in my sadness.
Our union Holy, lovemaking solely my escape from the madness.
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Nature untethered, passion unfettered I open before you.. Was happy knowing, my knowledge was growing On MY road to find out. You gave me some answers, my thoughts were like dancers skimming over your body Encompassing dreams and unwritten schemes A true road to find out. I kiss you so deep, entwined, then we sleep my head on your strong chest. I wake and I leave you, and always will grieve you On my road to find out. Whisper softly, my beloved tender words of sacred love, I have loved you with a passion given all my heart could hold And I'll love you for a lifetime so my questions hard and bold.
Whisper softly, my beloved As we lie in love's embrace. Is tonight the very last time can it be your love's grown cold? I have sacrificed my humble pride look deeply in my eyes and speak Yes, my love goes on forever though your's has proven weak. Whisper softly, my beloved Though I cannot hear your voice You have left me all alone to grieve perhaps you had no choice? But when all is said and done And it's to the light I go I have loved you with a strength of love that other's seldom know. And at time of my transition and I close my eyes for good.
May my heart remain suffused with love may my thoughts be true and good. And my leaving and my waking, Will be "one above the rest" With my hand in yours so softly And my head upon your chest.
Turn around my darling! Take me in your loving arms. Run your fingers through my hair Take me to our 'special place' once more reserved for me and you, Whisper softly in my ear, the way that lovers do; Do you have to go SO soon? Can't you stay a little while? I have missed you, oh, so much!
Missed your kisses and your smile; And your body pressed to mine Missed your sweet and tender touch, Can't we negotiate with time? Please don't go. Morning comes, no invitation Such a sad and aching situation Let me slip back into dreams, if only for a second Retrace my steps to when I beckoned " Turn around my darling, turn around and see me standing here ". Hold me ever tighter. My arms refuse to let you go! I will not surrender you again Like once….
SO long ago Oh! As I take you In me So our souls will be united as united they must be. I will not forget this calling. For once my soul says NO! I'll go where I am taken and I'll take where ere I go. I melt into your presence dissolve into your heart.
In silence I surround you Now let our loving start… You speak to me in moonlight You join me in my dreams. You've always been beside me.
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You've held me through my screams. I've called for you in star-time. I've ached for you at dawn. Now come my love and take me Before our time is gone. How then shall I love you? Shall I send for winged chariots to ferry me over the oceans? Or summon Eros to bear me up with his dark wings? For I often wander in the underworld sometimes fearing this will be my prison. And many times I try to elevate myself onto a higher perspective You speak And my tethered heart fights against the bars of my self imposed prison.
You smile and my world has colour, past hurts are forgotten wounds are healed, miraculously You write And my heart is warmed after many months in icy winter countless nights of biting cold. You live And the knowlege gives my heart the wings to fly to pastures new. Do you see beyond the mask? Outward expression, resolute Yes!
I know you do! Your every breath is mine Your heart beats to my own peculiar rhythm I push you away and still you stay. An immovable rock, in the landslide of my emotions. Oblivious of all warnings unexpected conditions, stay indoors! Your feet transverse the chasm between my hurt and my heart Brave soul, my love is yours forever. Time, age or distance cannot diminish the galaxy of stars I see when I look in your eyes. My words are like jewels given with reverance on a velvet cloth.
Pure, bright, unblemished. I am but one star in the creation A tiny drop of being But let that being drop on you nourish, water and comfort you In life's droughts. Wolf eyes, alert, piercing. Why do I feel such security enfolded in your arms? There have been others before you who have held me close whispering words of love.
His empathy toward passion Propelled enchantment. But it is not me —not me in that painting. John Keats was ever alone and destined To die young—he was consumed, Consumed—I tell you—with disease Not me. And yet. He rarely listened to what I taught but that is the way.
A true teacher learns early that insisting the student listen is the surest way to uninsure it. Fart jokes besides Poetics, impromptu themes justifying the ways of God to amoeba in terms only amoeba would understand. As a girl I gathered the gooseberries effortlessly and helped my mother bake the pies. I knew just how much sugar was needed for the berries—and I could sense their taste by lightly squeezing them and measure the tautness or softness against the sugar.