The lovely silence


The lovely silence

A Poem by Coyote Poetry

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For my muses Paloma Faith and Izzy.

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The lovely silence
The real poets and writers know. The silence is golden. Words become meaningless in the midnight hours.  True lovers don’t need to speak. They allow their mouth, hands and body to  send their message of need to their lovers.

Sweet lady whispered please don’t say nothing and her soft hands danced on willing skin of her lover. In the midnight hours, lovers  don’t seek permission. They open their minds, hearts and body.  They don’t take and steal. They give and expose willing places and skin.  They are willing to climb the mountain of wild and deep passion. Three am lovers don’t seek forgiveness and repair. They seek solemn place where lips and body become one till the morning light.

Pretty woman eyes filled with love and hope. Perfect words said to lucky man. In the quiet of the night. We can be saviors, takers and givers. We can be gentle or we can be fighters seeking some kind of  peace and salvation in the turmoil of the sexual dance.

First and last words spoken should be. You are my everything, my only need and want.

John Castellenas/Coyote

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