Saturday, April 23, 2011

Midnight Muse

The nights put on the apparel of musing
singing by my side,
They squired me to oblivion and I only smiled.

In a bottomless chasm,
Sinking, like the sky is falling,
the crystals outpouring,
the goddess descending,
a fear caged me for a while.
Rest your fears, they called and I believed.

Those tender arms snared my essence,
 warming my words.
I walked beautiful naked.
Some ephemeral drops permeated,
I soaked in the odour of life.

They adored me like the roses in the diaries,
so, here I was, dreaming,
touring sybaritic,
flying imperial,
frolicking, in the deep rooted.
I read from their eyes,
the tales of the unborn.

Before the dewy drops moistened my eyes,
the quilt of night lulled me to a slumber,
and sang me the rhyme of the vagabond.  


Anonymous said...

its lovely....

Aneesh said...

attempt at beat?

Susie Swanson said...

This is just beautiful. Thank you for your nice comments on my post and your visit. I am happy to be your latest follower and will be a frequent visitor. Susie

Monika said...

Thanks Susie. Its my pleasure.