‘You drove me to madness’

You drove me to madness
I remember the Summer days spend with you, my love.
Hot day became hotter nights.

You were a ravishing and tempting beauty.
You loved the sea and you loved the wine country of the Monterey coastline.

I remember your long tan legs and the voice of a sweet angel.
I wonder do you remember me?
The man you frolic with you, throughout the holy days of Summer.

Today I confessed to the Pacific ocean.
I love you my Summer love.
You shall be my serene longing, to have you again in my embrace.

Love and life isn’t fair. Silk and satin dreams will haunt us. Beautiful face and long Summer days become fond and needed memories to fall back to.

John Castellenas/Coyote


© 2016 Coyote Poetry