by Eddie Arce
Thursday, February 10, 2005
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Cobalt moon and frozen sea
Dare I say you've chosen me
Ancient winter's grasp my soul
Cast me not into the snow
Night you've called, broken, I kneel
My price that secret wounds may heal
Reveal your everwatchful eyes
Behind your cloak of starlit skies.......
I now return to be with her
An Angel like I, trapped on earth!
Crystal moon, enchanted dreams
In my watchful gaze you sleep
Soon by tears my bind released
Freedom's promised a Golden Fleece
Night you've called, here am I
What reason did I leave her side
Be calm Dark Master, your servant I am
Your spirited wish is my command........
Now grant me passage back to Her
In dreams, the Angel sleeps unhurt
Orchid moon and mystic dawn
Love and fate as kings to pawns
Passion sings a melisma tune
As promised I will wait for you
Endless night, your persistent cry!
When summoned, my fears fortify
Immortal being, answer why
In skyward winds, you whisper lies
Mercury's scent, its nearing presence
Droplet in flight, skyward I ascend
Lover's moon and tropic winds
My name Archangel's will defend
Quietly sleeping under music's spell
Where my love awaits, I will never tell
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|Reviewed by L. Figgins
|I have no words to describe this celestial creation...What star did you fall from? And why do I keep picturing you in tights, wearing a jacket with gold thread woven throughout, playing a mandolin?|
|Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
|Mystical, romantic and wonderful! I like! I like!|
|Reviewed by Sara Coslett
|Lovely poem. Definitely a wise thing to keep your secrets to yourself. ~ sara|
|Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
|Again you amaze me with your talent.|