Saturday, March 1, 2014

Can You See Me














vivid thoughts of you, mystical realm of dreams
   translucent light , you make me feel complete
arise my lover let us soar in blue moonbeams
  listening for signs a steady rhythmic beat

transcending time & space ascending new heights
   opening chamber doors, warmth in our hearts
softly touching under covers of silver starlight
   two merge as one beautifully crafted art

fill your soul with mine, together we take flight
   soaring indigo skies, spreading our wings
lucid dreamers are we, slipping into night
   inhaling and exhaling we sweetly sing

 love is  invisible , but our eyes have seen
   caught in rapture, we dare to dream

posted for dVerse writing about forms of  invisibility
sharing with Poets United..

Author's Note:
On February 26th I celebrated one year of blogging
a special thanks to all for your support.


57 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful, dreamy and utterly romantic poem! Thank you for that :-)

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    1. Thank you for such a lovely comment :-)

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  2. ..soaring indigo skies...nice... i like the weightless feel of this.. and it's just so good to dream... smiles

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    1. I always up for a good dream..

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  3. What a nice painting of emotions.. dreamlike and wonderful

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  4. What a lovely and passionate sonnet ~ I really like that ending couplet, love does make us dare to dream ~

    Grace

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    1. Good Morning,

      Thank you for a lovely comment..we should all dare to dream in the journey of life.

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  5. true. love is yet another of those invisible things that we know is real ....i guess as long as we have ever really felt it once....nice use of form as well...

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    1. Love is invisible but felt deep in the soul..

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  6. Dreamy! That's the word I was looking for.

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    1. I thank you for finding the perfect word..dreamy..how can one not like the sound of that word..

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  7. Some very beautiful romanticism here. Wow. I love it Truedessa :)

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    1. Thank you for visiting and reading my words..:-)

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  8. Love is indeed invisible and yet being loved does make us complete! I enjoyed your romantic poem.

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    1. Thank you Gabriella..strange that something invisible can touch so many hearts..we should all plant seeds of love and nurture them..

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  9. Beautiful sonnet, Trudessa. Though love is invisible, we feel it so deeply. And yes, with love we dare to dream!

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    1. Mary,

      Thank you for your unending support..because of kind words from people like you I am encouraged in the journey of life.

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    2. Truedessa, your comment makes me feel REALLY good!

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  10. invisible it may be
    But felt even across a sea
    Floating two become one
    In dream land they create their own sun
    Souls full and bright
    Always soaring and taking flight

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    1. In the realm of dreams two can fly
      soaring high in a deep blue sky
      behind the shades of night
      glowing star & moonlight...

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    2. There they stay
      And in the stars they sway

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    3. bringing in a new day..

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  11. Ah! Daring to dream... the lovers' tale beautifully composed in this lovely sonnet.
    -HA

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    1. Thank you HA..appreciate the kind words..

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  12. Oh this is so very beautiful - "let us soar in blue moonbeams......under covers of silver starlight......" Lovely to feel like that. The ending is perfection!

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    1. Sherry,

      My friend so good to see you..thanks for your kind words always. I hope you are well.

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  13. This feels like the excitement of early love! Very captivating. Thanks, K.

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  14. Soar in blue moonbeams...
    Roar in moon lit dreams...
    Covers of silver starlight
    Making me see what's right

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    1. Blue,

      You should like blue moonbeams
      as we sail in that rocket ship
      among the stars..

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    2. Can rockets actually sail? Don't they umm fly unless he fail lol

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    3. Aye, a ship we do sail captain
      and a rocket does fly..but, blue
      did put us in a rocket ship so
      I guess we sail or fly..depends
      on perspective..

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  15. liquidly sensual, evocative, and yes, dreamy ~

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    1. Thank you for such a lovely comment..

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  16. Oh yes, love is felt through so much details and yet invisible, indeed. Smiles.

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    1. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment :-)

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  17. such a nice fresh sense of love and passion...

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  18. A romantic, delicately sensual love poem ... and congrats on one year of blogging :)

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    1. Thank you hard to believe a year has come and gone since that first post here.

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  19. and congrats on your year of blogging...
    has it really only been that long? seems like i have known you longer...

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    1. Well, Brian perhaps, you have known me a bit longer..

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  20. Soaring together...love does feel like that...and happy one year to you!

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  21. love the beautiful feel your lines convey....you've wonderfully crafted how the invisibility has such a deep impact on life...

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    1. Thank you for a lovely comment.

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  22. Happy One year to you Trudessa...I have five more months to come to full one year....:)

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    1. Thank you again and I wish you well in the journey..

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  23. like how the love flows between.. wonderful lines.

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    1. Thank you for visiting and taking the time to read :-)

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  24. I love this Trudessa, really beautiful!
    Always I think the most beautiful draws Pat made are from you:)
    he always has me bury on the sand!
    xx

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    1. Thanks for visiting Gloria..I don't know why Pat always
      puts you in the sand..maybe, I need to shovel you out.

      That blueberry cobbler is still on my mind. I may have to
      try and make it.

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  25. wow, this is so dreamy.

    the imagery you share is breathtaking and relaxing.

    read several times, i really enjoyed!

    stacy lynn mar
    http://warningthestars.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thank you Stacy..so kind of you..

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  26. Wow, it really captures a moment perfectly of two lovers merging into each others souls....beautiful!

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