a poem by Phillip Joseph Hussey, UK


When the sun is shining
Against an azure sky
And dappling dissipating clouds
Hang far on the horizon
The distant blue hills melt
Against plains of green
Stretching into the distance
A flock of wild geese
In full flight in the skies
Carried by gentle currents
Which lightly move the trees
And brushes against my face
The washing of crested waves
Against the rocky shoreline
Fishermen in the distant sea
Casting their nets into
The quiet saline waters
Then your hand clasped in mine
Your warmth igniting my soul
Soon the inevitable kiss
And the sweetness of your lips
Happiness then rules my heart
And my smiles cannot abate
For here you are with me
Abounding in the beauty of life

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