Lost In The Moonlight


Moonlight sparkles
in cleavages of dark waters
and wilting nod of lilies

A liquid touch dissolves
the scattered rays of silver
like loosely set tablets of bubble

Quiet, the forest floors ask
for forgiveness from
the dying embers of ageing leaves
blooming into bonfires of afterlife.

See the moon
quench his thirst with a hiss
of blood evaporating
into clouds of sapphires

Unspoken shreds of titillations
growl in the pitch black of beds
set in grass and mosses

Virgin dewdrops catching the glint
ef velvet blue, In their fluid
eyes, tears brim
on the edge of consummation:

A prickled rose aside
mourns the passing of the night.

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