I want to kiss you like the shore kisses the sun,
I want to touch your calm and hear your hums.
I want to engulf in you completely,
and drown myself in your serenity.
I want to breathe your tranquility,
and be drawn to your prosperity.
I want glimmering glimpses the farthest from discreetly.
I want your enchanting luring pearl gaze,
and the ethereal beauty that leaves me in a haze.
I want to join the rays of deception and tears,
in hopes that your rebellious spirit will always appear.
I want your bestowing kisses,
and ever-changing emotional tides.
I want your eloquent waves,
and benevolent saves.
You are the profoundness of the sea,
and I am so in love with your peace.
March: Spotlight Kiss. Woodcut by Wilhelm List, Ver Sacrum, 1903.