“Only you”

Only you

A Poem by Coyote Poetry


Old poetry of love


                               Only you

I drank in the beauty of river clear blue eyes. I watched you dance on the seaside  beach freely and unafraid of the opinions of the beach goers nearby.

I made a wish upon the first star of the coming dust. Only for you and I. Together upon a peaceful  beach dancing with the free and uncontrolled sea.

I was drowning in your beauty and I was condemned to wish for this day and moment forever. You were just a child in heart and  love was sweet and tender to you still. I knew when I kissed your lips and felt the softness of your body near. I would be lost forever in the sweet dreams of you.

Only you,  could save me and I knew when you came near and asked. Johnnie, please dance with me. Let’s create new visions and dreams together.

We danced with the waves and drank sweet red wine. I held you close and I told you. You are my only wish and last name I will speak. I love you my kind and sweet muse.

My muse whispered ancient and sweet words. I have loved and I have lost myself in you.  You are safe with me and I know I’m safe with you. You are the moon and I’m the sky. We need each other.

Coyote/John Castellenas
Written in 1993/rewritten in 2014