Behold mine Jane
The star's and the rain
As us doth come
Though in the amount
Of hour's left; I shalt blow
Mine breath, into thy
Home sweet home,
I am with thee; verily
Mine queen, I've been
Trapped in this bed-
Spirit burdened, many
Demon's hate this light
That God hath started.
They do mark me
With their reptilian nails;
Though one day all
Their evil shalt fail.
And whilst I fight, I won't give in,
Mine glow doth shine, betwixt many men;
As ourn Creator bought us as one in him,
Soulmates, best friends, this heart doth yearn.
O' this heart doth yearn, a fervent burn,
Awaiting for thy buss of roses, sweet, serenading;
Creating heavenly poses.
On the right Christ
On the left side Moses; none losing focus,
With the mountain scented view.
None goodbye's, but to say
I do; a place always new;
As loving wilt be the
We'll bury ourn worries
In the ocean sand's; as
Thou shalt take mine hand,
With seraphim to be ourn
Catch mine breath
And touch mine
©Lonesome poets poetry
©Earl Jane nagley dedicated( agapi mou )
Behold- See or observe.( Mean see)
Doth- does. Or do. ( This one using as does).
Sickly- poor health.
Hath- have also means has. ( Mean this as has).
Reptilian-relating to or characteristic of reptiles.
Mine- meaning ( my) archaic form!
Fervent- hot or glowing, mean this as glowing.
Pose- pose- assume a particular attitude or position in order to be photographed, painted, or drawn.
Seraphim- an angelic being, regarded in traditional Christian angelology as belonging to the highest order of the ninefold celestial hierarchy, associated with light, ardor, and purity.