Sunday, August 12, 2012

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt - Moonlight

Welcome to this week's edition of Tuesday Tales. Don't forget to stop by and read the other awesome tales at: Tuesday Tales.

I decided to do something a little different this time. I wanted to share a poem from: Reflections - A Collection of Love Poems.

Twilight of Desire

Lost in the twilight of desire,
hidden behind an eclipse,
but found on a summer day.
Should there ever be a lonely day.
I just close my eyes and think of you.

A bond so thick it cannot be broken.
A tender kiss,
passion so real and full of life,
it scares me to death.

It’s a feeling so real
you would kill for it.
There’s a history between us,
and I’m having the time of my life.
My inner self has surfaced
and the feelings inside me have erupted.

The excitement from within me,
grows stronger and stronger every day.
Each time we unite as one,
the passion gets better and better.

When the lights go down,
the moonlight shines in your eyes,
I see the hunger in them for me.

Come to me and reveal the truth
of your inner self.
My arms are waiting for you to possess me.
I’ll be here waiting for the moment,
you tell me you really care.


  1. What a lovely poem. I liked the references to the inner self.

  2. I like the way you use life and death as the intense descriptions of love between two people. My kind of poem.

  3. This is beautiful, Karen!! I'll change the opening lines on the blog.

  4. Thank you ladies. I always loved writing poetry. I find poetry always brings a piece of your heart into it.