Dew Drop

You left me on the shoreline of forgotten dreams chasing the moon finding darkness in your heart banished we lost our minds like shattered glass on stone floors we are encapsulated storm chasers of evermore fall at the touch of sensual toned skin just the question of time the oak tree grows the decades never change your heart will never die stars ablaze with the love of the cosmos

between us look upon passing movements ever karma increasing circles for oblivion folds of peace you are the love I need forgiven the past of hard stone we are the light dancing through spring flowers our mind the dew drop of the petal evaporating by the sunshine of the new day, our day

this is our time to give each moment gentle thoughts we see the dawn of man consumed beyond redemption together in the dwellings of God back to the love and peace of Earth seeing angels across the sky shepherds of the lost becoming one to live again in the moment are we alone.

 

© Nicholas Leslie 2014

Injustice of Obscurity

To ever decreasing circles turned upon a fraction seeking love

missing the very part of my soul called no joy in the broken heart

stay another day from shadows of loneliness we can seek the dream

 

mistress of illusion bring salvation to me standing here broken pieces of mind

i watch you flower from nothing we will make it stronger all the way

no words to flow apprentice of vision take me now

 

feel the rage fear no evil be on the wings of freedom given life set it free

ride the clouds of fire powering your flag no reality soaring never to burn

open heart never quit your dream visions above the bounds of any realm

 

stepping out doors of nothing never to think a poet in motion whats my name

departing click click away with the words in motion whats the line stooping levels to faith

gripping insanity no colors in my flag bring it back mistress throned to the injustice of obscurity

your hair flowing the soft breeze voice of angels say no to confusion come to me in peace

  © Nicholas Leslie 2013  Injustice of Obscurity Poster