REBLOG: Please enjoy this beautiful piece by John Coyote. For some reason, when I attempted to reblog this previously, it did’t show up! To those of you that were looking for it and couldn’t find it, I apologize!
Love behold, love be bold
A Poem by Coyote Poetry
Poetry for the new book, The island.
Love behold, love be bold…
I told her, you awoke my slumbering heart. I love your beautiful face, your womanly curves and the elegant of your words when you speak. I love your tattoos on your soft and tender skin, they make me wish and dream of you. You are not ashamed of the lover touch and the longing of the kiss, the embrace. You adore the labor of love.
I remember her soft whispers, please dance with me by the light of midnight moon near the Lake Gichigana. The Bacchus wine will make us not fear the coldness of the lake and we will dance bare and proud for the moon and the stars.
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