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Earth

Contributed by maveli on Monday, 11th May 2015 @ 08:39:51 AM in AEST
Topic: InspirationalPoems



Awaken like the swelling sun,
My exotic lust takes a slow run
Awaken like the genesis of day,
My sweet love sings this midday
A new sound is heard like the call of a bird,
My will sobs at the beauty of your word.
Earth is fertile like an elegant woman,
Sun is burning to share, like a man
We were meant to be, long before birth.
Finally to decorate the body in wreath
Your name is written on the vast shore
In a landscape you stand alone bare
Eternally bound, painfully shine
Your breasts are nurtured in mine.
Day Hand in hand
Night slept in sand
Forever together, never to part,
Bodies divided, but one at heart.
Your soft touch, like the flush of the moon,
Bring forth my heart, from its cocoon.
And in your eyes, your life shines forth,
More than the stars, your glance is worth.
And every word brings forth the fire
Within my veins, the edge of desire.
To grow old in your arms, this life time
Itís my dream; thatís all I want to be fame
When wheels of age finally run short
Then you are my own angel to escort.
And I will save a seat, for you at my side
Eternity waits, only for both of us to abide.
Now let us rejoice, all comes without a clue
Time is our best friend, as oceans are blue.
All vigor and strength in our bodies reside
Only in true love, does my spirit confide.
Let us be merry, and laugh, and rejoice,
Only in that love, all do find their voice.

BY
Williamsji Maveli



maveli, PLEASE: To help keep this site INTERACTIVE, please read and comment on at least 3 poems by our other authors for each one you submit.





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Re: Earth (User Rating: 1 )
by Former_Member on Monday, 11th May 2015 @ 03:44:53 PM AEST
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This is written well, even though I guess the comparison sort of escaped me. Sounded like a love poem.

So, I have a question for you. Why is it that you apparently only know how to write poems, but not read them?

I shall quote a good YPDC buddy:

"You may think you are the world's gift to poetry but most likely you are not because if all you care about is your own writes then you're missing the big picture."

How about instead of just coming here to post your maximum poems a day, without commenting, put some of that time aside and read/comment on some of our other talented poets here at ol' YPDC. It's not maveli.com!

Could you imagine if we were all like this, just posting poems like you do and not reading them, how messed up that is? It doesn't make sense to simply write but not read and share your thoughts.

It's crazy.

Thanks,

Tim


Re: Earth (User Rating: 1 )
by Lionel on Monday, 11th May 2015 @ 09:00:26 PM AEST
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Excellent poem. Very moving.


Re: Earth (User Rating: 1 )
by xHeathenx on Monday, 11th May 2015 @ 09:16:54 PM AEST
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I agree with Tim on both ideas. I think you started off with your premise, and then changed it as you thought. It's well-written despite being confusing.

But as Tim said, interactivity, community, take part.




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