Endless Love

by Walter William Safar

I am standing in the company of moon shadows,
And you are hiding behind the veil of solitude,
Like many a wonderful dream
That died countless times
On the palm of the yearning night.

Many nights were dressed in turquoise dresses,
Leaving for southern areas,
And you still haven't appeared;

I am standing in the company of moon shadows,
And once again you're not around.
Perhaps I would stop looking for you
If my dreams weren't so sure of you.
Dreamless people say
That the poet's vivid imagination is sending you
To tear him away from the solitude
That nature had sent to the very center of the soul.
Still, I am sure that you shall appear,
So sure of myself,
Like a calm man in the middle of the night,
Sent off on his road of dreams by love;

I am standing in the company of moon shadows,
Loving you more than I did yesterday.
That love so lonely,
So fragile,
So timid,
So yearning,
The unfortunate love
That I hold dear in this horrible swirl of desperation;

I am standing in the company of moon shadows,
And even when I think that imagination is sending you,
I patiently wait for you to appear,
Like a woman in darkness,
To shine all the way up to the higher, holy domains;
That love so endless,
Sent to heaven by the heart of a dreamer.




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ABOUT THE POET ~
BIOGRAPHY, WALTER WILLIAM SAFAR. American poet, fiction writer and playwright. He is the author of a number of a significant number of prose works and novels, including “ The Gamble And The Ghost”, “The Ultimate  Voyage”, “Queen Elizabeth2”,   “ The Devil’s Architect”, "Leaden fog", "Chastity on sale", "Above the clouds", "The scream", "The negotiator". Plays: “Brothers”, “Birdman”, as well as a book of poems, titled "Against All Streams”, “The Boy With Silver Tears”…


Last updated July 05, 2016