Good morning and welcome to this week’s Poetry Corner, featuring Ed Ireland! 🙂
My Gypsy by Ed Ireland
Gypsy moves through my dream
Fluid and silent calm and serene
Dances in circles, tambourine beat
Rings on her fingers bells on her feet
Smiles seductively my mysterious fem
Lips full and red, drawing me into them
Arms hold me tight, around me entwine
My Gypsy dances my body through time
Years slip away, returning youthful glee
My Gypsy tells me she loves me.
About the Poem: Much like a welcomed rainstorm to one who has crossed a desert, a woman’s love can bring life back to the dead, hope back to the forsaken and dreams back to the hopeless. That woman is usually a mystery to the life she has saved.
Awesome poem, Ed!
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