Pulsating Darkness ( collab with Dreamofolwin )

by TJ Arizona Eagle   Apr 7, 2012

A full moon illuminates the earth,
sensual as a lovers embrace
it gently touches the
edge of the darkness.

Under the umbrella of a willow tree
just beyond the curious eyes
of the stars, burning passion
engulfs as I take you in my arms.

tenderly then I kiss you
a moment lost in time together
your heart pulsating with the night
as I hold you close

I lay you down then, softly
on earths pillow
and together we gaze at the midnight sky

Please comment on vote on her's as well


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  • 7 years ago

    by Meena Krish

    As I said to Olwin, it is a sensual poem that has a tender tone to it. A read with a smooth flow and has incorporated the beauty of nature with love which makes it even more...magical perhaps..anyways enjoyed the read :)

  • 7 years ago

    by Lostlove1

    What a soothing seamless collab you two. Your carefully chosen words painted such beautiful imagery. I could see these two lovers as I read. Awesome :) and so well done!
    Lostlove~ :)

  • 7 years ago

    by Jenni

    I do not know why, but I really like the title, maybe it's because I like both words as they are and together they seem to work very well too. It creates some sort of image and I have to admit, that I thought the poem would be negative, which is probably because darkness has a negative connotation, at least to me it does.

    I actually agree with Abed about removing "the" in verse four because it would flow better. :)

    That is the only thing I'd change too, I think you both cooperate very well together and I love the harmony that radiates from this poem. Absolutely beautiful :)

  • 7 years ago

    by Lioness

    What I love is that this is a beautiful love poem but the elements of nature that you have both hinted within the words are mesmerizing. Such a beautiful poem

    Awesome images! Love the feeling I got while reading it

    Well done you two!


  • 7 years ago

    by Decayed

    Of the darkness = it's better sound-wise if you remove 'the'

    ---------- This was really incredibly written. I can see the stars shining, the aura of darkness, and most of all, the last scenery; as if it was a movie, and The END was displayed above you on earths 'pillow' as you beautifully described.

    Such harmony and magic reflected by your words.