Allow yourself to be Drowned

Allow what waits,
Holding you, in deepest prayer.
Pull your form against shoreline,
Leaving your laugh
In areas I can crash.
To kiss you before horizon-line –

Let us love, as nebulas
Spread colors over the grey.
Let tears run to our hearts,
Keeping union before time parts –

At the distant view
That another era will overwhelm
With its change at the helm.
In our arms, we renew –

What blackens for a moment
That our sadness could repeat.
Allow yourself to be drowned
In tides, not of tears,
With kisses, apart from fears.
Let me forge your crown –

Gilded in diamond eye-droplets,
From oceans where we bathed.

Lifting the sea, above you
That you might swim in Heaven –

Loving you in the sky,
Alone among clouds that cry.

Few words about myself: I am a writer of poetry, prose, and philosophy who has been at his passion for 6 years now. I’ve accumulated over 1,700 pieces of poetry all dedicated to the one love I’ve ever had, and who I’ll never stop thinking about.
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