She Beckons Me

She Beckons Me

She hid in the shadows,
Slept naked in warm
Twilight grass,
Under a silvery blue
Moon,
She closed her eyes
And beckoned me again,
There was a fire
Where she lied,
Tell me do you have love
In your eyes?
Don’t answer and take
My hand astride
Let’s slip away from
A world gone awry,
I’ll ask no question for
tomorrow we could die,
The milky mist cleared,
Missing was the one,
Who beckoned me dear,
No longer I can see
Where she has gone?
Here comes the singing
Of blues alone,
Where neither lover
Rules for long,
But there’s a sadly gong,
No one belongs,
love lost is a prophet’s
Deity song.
Yet she beckons me!

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    Photography by Jay Watson

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