The Priest and the Nun

The night blanketed in an autumn chill Leaves treading lightly to the soil’s fill Patches of burgundy amidst skeletal maples Rustling and rocking to the fall mistrals The moon pries from her heavenly perch At a lass sitting outside an archaic church The night juvenile sprouting of desire For her heart is a lantern kindled…

Seduction

Your tender eyes Invite me Like a path of rose petals And a glass of wine Your titanium frames Seduce me Like a concoction of Molten dark chocolate And wild strawberries And when you undress your eyes And stitch your eyelids shut I fade like a flower Yearning To be summoned To Aurora’s throne To…

Mistress

I gave her everything, my heart wrapped in a jewel box Every gram of my soul’s worth, and my body loaned as a crash test dummy And all I asked from her in return, was to love me Love me like the tide needs the coast, like the moon needs the night And make love…

Childhood

Twinkle are little stars Diamonds inside little irises. Only love, incalculable with no formula Resting in one infinity sign And a child’s face is the perfect moon Enumerating innocence, smile it seems Is paying it forward. A beacon with a beam. Love is the only space craft Needed to land on the moon turf. And…