Let us kiss and never part


Let us kiss and never part

 

She told the wandering soldier, be my love and stay with me in old Monterey. She brought his face into her warm bosom and she sang to him.

 

“My beloved,
let us kiss and never part,
the wheel of time cannot be stopped and
we shall dance upon earth till we become a part of her,
We must know,
soft and tender hearts.
We must listen to the heartbeat of love.
The parable of love,
simple and sweet,
love need to be nourished and caressed.
Lavish the days when skin meet skin,
lips meet lips,
when the love voice is the sweetest sound.”

 

She stood-up, took the soldier’s hands. She took him to the Pacific and they danced for the stars and the moon. He whispered to her. We must sing and write, we must live and we must die. If I am blessed, your beautiful face, first miracle, I shall see in the early morning and the last thing, I shall see before I closed my eyes. The feel of your bosom against my face, your beating heart, the last sound, I want to hear. I know, I am blessed and I have known the mercy of a woman’s heart.

 

Eros smiled from the constellation above. He raised his Bacchus wine to the sky and he whispered. When love is alive, the world can be safe.

 

Dancing Coyote