High in the sky there is a passing plane up in the space where stars shine bright bright as the light you flash into my eyes your eyes reflect the sky I know your secret You're an outer space creature Badabadabumm The light darkness that makes the stars feel so special i see the light darkness in the background of life the feeling's like the moon but incomplete there is a missing piece Have you lost a star Aaaaaa aa There's a missing star in the space a bright light in your face an outer-space creature
Feeling the lovely cool breezes Cracking jokes, can't hold sneezes Magical touchy scents the wind releases Healing the hearts, broken into pieces Drizzle drops splashing over the faces Aromas like jasmine savoured by the gazes Millions of things to enjoy if one traces So lost, just eyed the wet inked pages My pen aside, staring the lovely horse races Laughing, conversing like never in the ages Dancing the winds, roaming around places Gazing with smiles at what the rabbit chases
Weights off the chest, lying in solace ***** doltish thoughts all erased Humor spread in the roots of the heavenly place Just the perfect definition of a colourful space
Watery turf in palms with tight brace The period's short, no time to waste
Every moment that I spent with you how much was delightful how exciting and delectable it was but it is the reflection of the past I passed every moment with you until tomorrow now are the remnants of memories only had the pleasure of heaven in your shadow I still remember those sweet moments when your heart would palpitate only for me now tears start flowing from eyes despairingly but those are now hazy and blurry memories now why do you keep me sulking my baby heart now in your arms why feels sadness and loneliness where gusts of cool breeze smiled till yesterday why suddenly hot winds began to wave now every moment with you is like simmering heat and your arms appears to be a flaming volcano what happened to those vows and promises we had taken for an infinite relationship why do you remain so sulking to me why are you so heartless to me can you return my past can you return my eternal love I will wait for your return my arms are curious to hug you my sweetheart come To rejuvenate our relationship in the shade of banyan tree where golden memories of our dreams are waiting for us to embrace our love I am waiting and will wait till my last breath.
Twisted brain shiver spine tickle Morbid curiosity has the wheel and lead feet The torch is melting your face Death beats you with a fire extinguisher Death keeps screaming "it's for the irony" You high five with exuberance.
A friendly face. From another place. With such gentle eyes. Words are spoken. Conversations so delightful. I can almost see you here. Sitting next to me so touchable. Always finding time to talk to each other online. So far away and still close by. This beautiful friend. I love his open mind. No matter our long distance. Just caring and sharing. My thoughts of this moment.
Leaping light Flashing fire One moment he is gone But to return Suspended Hanging Then with a splash Delightful play He dives And disappears And we are left alone And longing
I wrote this poem in between phone calls when I was working in an insurance company in Pasadena, California, shortly before I moved to Florida. It remains one of my favorites among my poems. Obviously, for anyone who has done any boating, the subject is a dolphin; in this case, a Pacific Whitesided Dolphin (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens), which was one of the most common - and beautiful - species common to California. The dolphin in question was leaping between our boat and the setting sun.
This poem first appeared in a poetry anthology dedicated to California poets, and though unfortunately I do not recall the name, it appeared around 1983 or 1984.