Sunday, May 21, 2017


Tumbling Down

Tumbling down
Into the midnight's glow
You taught my body
Things it did not know.

We kissed until our lips
Grew tired and numb
And smiled out loud
And wondered what we'd done.

In blankets warm
And fireplace paradise
We held onto each other
With our eyes.

And fingers clasped
And arms and legs entwined
We drowned in new love's bliss
Like vintage wine.

As winter wind sang softly
Round the trees
We hummed along
Like starving honey bees.

And all the while
The snow piled up outside
And true love found
It had no place to hide.

We laughed and loved
Till night became tomorrow
And joy replaced our long-held-onto

Tumbling down
In bed of rumpled sheets
We found the hidden void
Where wholeness meets.

And wrapped ourselves
In warmth that thwarts the cold
Two lonely broken hearts
Became one soul.

©By Voo

May 20, 2017
8:50 p.m.

Play this song as you read the poem.,,,,,,it adds so much!!!!