midnight density of love

 
you are the midnight density of love
soaking me deep beneath the core
of the late hours, of the early breeze

burning my skin to your fire
rising my emotion higher
sending me lullaby through your lyre

how i shiver, how i wonder
no poison can send me to blunder
you are my miracle, my defender

my midnight density of love
you remain even in dreams
i am an ever romantic dream catcher

wanting me even better
soaking me deeper and deeper
loving me forever and ever

 

2013

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About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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25 Responses to midnight density of love

  1. Oh my god how beautiful.
    Lucky lucky muse.

  2. maryamchahine says:

    “sending me lullaby through your lyre

    how i shiver, how i wonder
    no poison can send me to blunder
    you are my miracle, my defender”

    Wonderful lines, but the ones above are exceptional! Beautifully expressed!

  3. Chatty Owl says:

    The determination and devotion is shouting in this poem! Id like to see the eyes of the muse glistening with pride because of this piece! Well done!

  4. boomiebol says:

    Oh my and that title… Beautiful!!!

  5. Love the line “i am an ever romantic dream catcher” Love this poem all together!

  6. T says:

    Love this! beautiful!

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  8. marvaseaton says:

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  9. is it okay if i use your poems in my cards?
    thanks.

  10. margaret0404 says:

    This is like a gave-me-goosebumps kind of amazing. Keep up the good work! 🙂

  11. Tanja says:

    Everything about this poem makes me want to be able to express things so beautifully and with such intensity as well. And yes thanks for the like on my little poem “Woof”. Much appreciated. Have a relaxing Sunday!

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