Treasure Island

Spiritwind Wood

(04/07/1968 / West Virginia)

Heaven


With a sparkle in her eye's gleaming
the sweet smelling scent
of Jasmine on her skin
and wild flowers freely flowing
through a mystical midnight air
there's a calm silent wind
softly blowing through her hair
in her hands the gentle touch of Heaven
like a warm summer sun shining
wrapping me in her serenity
giving me comfort when I am alone
taking her in my arms together we dance
as she gives her love to me
that was Heaven sent
I long to hold and embrace
surrounded by her every caressing moment
lost deep in her beauty
hypnotized by her very presence
feeling like a child at play
seeing the smile on her face
that brightens my every day
becoming more alive deep within
from this love that has grown
with each waking morning dawn
that's shines down her grace
spreading her wings to the sky
forever as one we become
what was always meant to be
and together we'll always fly
to a Heaven this love has shown
and when I look inside her soul
the wonders of Heaven I can see
replacing all that was once gone
and setting me free
erasing away yesterday's pain
giving love another chance
to shine and be once again
and beside her I will forever remain
never to let her go
seeing an Angel from Heaven
most beautiful of every maiden
like the moon amongst the stars shining bright
clothed in love's sacred light
bringing peace into my heart
that could never tear us apart
Spiritwind-2013

Submitted: Saturday, September 14, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013
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