My World

byLunaEroticaMystica©

Inspired by a vision, while listening to Loreena McKennitt's "The Old Ways"

~My World~
By: LunaEroticaMystica ©


*

I heard the pounding hooves

upon the uneven ground

I knew it was time, although

you were nowhere to be found

*

I had called you forth

from the mists at twilight

summoning you to my side

to live in my world tonight

*

You were vulnerable to a

world so different, so new

and yet never asked me why

I would have told you too

*

We spoke no words

none were needed

I opened myself fully

all warnings unheeded

*

We came together like

two exploding stars

we merged, we splintered

we entwined we soared

*

You asked for nothing

and gave your all

I was so selfish

I couldn't see us fall

*

Terms agreed upon

were cast far and away

caught up in the enchantment

we forgot you could not stay

*

Wrapping your arms around me

I snuggled in your embrace

closing my eyes contentedly

I saw not the tears upon your face

*

I hear the pounding hooves

and my heart begins to race

I open my eyes, sighing deeply

calling up images of that place.

~*~*~*~

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