An Amber Journey

by Sherry Caayupan   Dec 12, 2017


I could feel your breath,
The life that devours my soul,
A heartful surrender to love's forgiving debt,
Left with nothing nor all;

My fingers explore your manly glory,
Your body in unregretting awe,
The love, the dignified ecstasy,
All there it's you I saw;

Your timely kiss as if lost time,
The clock ticks on the twelfth of never,
Our hands cross and never lie,
Like kisses that you deliver;

Like in another life,
Your masculine heart entered in mine,
All the cares, all the strife,
Gone as I praised a holy shrine;

Our love summoned a voyage,
Emerged from your scrutiny,
It's young, fragile of age,
The rest purely history...

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  • 4 months ago

    by Em

    Very delicately done with fab rhyming

  • 4 months ago

    by ddavidd

    it is so (taste and beauty)ful Sherry
    I love when women explore their femininity in their poetry It is very brave in my eyes