The Sea and Sun are Smiling


E.M. Lyng | 13 June 2018



The Sea and Sun are smiling,


As you've entered her bed.


A hand on your mouth, caters,


And leaves her undressed.


Like a fish you swim,


Forward through  her head,


Jumping through the colours,


That flow out the wind.


A smoke on the tray,


Flitters in ash and in dirt,


Hurt by a lesser lover's touch,


Healed by yours.


The Sea and sun are smiling,


And so is she,


Her eyes lost jealousy,


Kissed in peace.




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