Littlewing28 PGW

Lost In Space - Poem by Littlewing28 PGW

In billowing clouds she sinks,
Dreaming of her,
Karmic link.
Who whispers the boundaries
Of mystical,
She meets with her sensual moon.
Filled with romance, candles,
The natural world,
Atmospheric and magical.

As the stars twinkle their smiles,
Their spiritual roots, an interlaced spiral,
They delight in each uncovering
As they feel, no dimensional quantity,
Time has no independent existence,
no measure of it

With tenderness and love to please,
Orbiting each other's sun,
Tis the universe within,
They explore, reaching and searching.
With his twilight eyes she sees,
Creating a galaxy of infinite.
Floating and daring to dream,
With an air, of passionate intensity,
Where they give each other the energy,
Of spirit of soul with sincerity.
Where they love and feel,
Without reserve,
Bringing balance, rhythm and harmony.

Like instruments of an orchestra
In tune from start to finish
Singing their symphony song
Music, the magic within it

When these two stars align
There will be everything,
And nothingness,
And the angel dust will fly,
Where they'll be lost, in Neverland..

Topic(s) of this poem: dreams

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I'll go anywhere, as long as i am with you..

Comments about Lost In Space by Littlewing28 PGW

  • Simone Inez Harriman (11/24/2015 10:04:00 PM)

    'The natural world,
    Atmospheric and magical.'

    I love these two lines because it is how I see the natural world.

    'Where they give each other the energy,
    Of spirit of soul with sincerity.'

    Beautiful! ! !

    Though these lines stood out for me I loved the whole magical imagery of your lovely poem. Thank you Esther for the lovely write....10
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    P Rabbit (12/1/2015 3:15:00 AM)

    Thank you, with deep gratitude, i appreciate your kind comments, in what i feel and write. It gives me the confidence to continue ~

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 23, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 31, 2016

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