Sunday, August 16, 2015

Behold a Galactic Rose














Venus awakens goddess of  love 
her eyes behold  a crescent  moon
stargazers search the sky above 
listening for the dragon's tune 

Jupiter rises in twilight 
Mars blushes red , planets align 
two spirits  ready to take flight   
together a heavenly sign 

beyond  the cloak, silken skies
forgotten  realm, a hidden star 
golden wings, a dragon flies
touching soul to soul from afar

do you hear his joyous song

eyes of  wonder , mystical beast 
strengthening a magical bond 
drifting forward towards the east
light glistens on a crystal  pond 

skipping  stones , meteor shower 
songs of  love fill  the atmosphere 
blossoming  bud , galactic flower 
hearts soar above the stratosphere
  
look  into  the eyes of the dragon
he strokes the fires of your heart 
soaring  higher  than you  imagine 
musical notes, work of cosmic art....

do you hear his joyous song

 
sharing with Poets United
Wishing all a day filled with love 

picture courtesy of   spacetelescope.org/news/heic1107/

51 comments:

  1. What a beauty and the two souls will forever merge.....................

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    1. Thank you..merging in a celestial world..

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  2. The dragon sounds like he can sure do much with a single touch. Nice play on the planets too.

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    1. Hi Pat,

      Thanks, you know I like to keep my eye on the sky...

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  3. The beauty of the stars, projected to what we can grasp, becomes enlightened magic, I just wish to dance.

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    1. Put on your dancing shoes and enjoy the music..

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  4. Now that was a joyous poem! The Dragon can (and did) link two souls.

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    1. Hi Alex,

      Yes, that Dragon can and did..

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  5. Love the echo of do you hear him
    Not all will
    DrAgon of the stars come visit me

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    1. That is true..we can learn much from a dragon I think...

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  6. beautiful images.. feels like home.

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  7. Love the beautiful images in this poem :D

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    1. thank you for your visit much appreciated.

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  8. I would love to see and hear his joyous songs~ That's a lovely work of cosmic art ~

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    1. Thank you Grace...I am sure his song is magical..

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  9. This is gorgeous. I love anything to do with the planets and stars and this is exceptionally beautiful....moving, rhythmic, and the imagery is stunning. Excellent write!

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    1. Wow - Thanks for such a lovely comment. So kind of you..

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  10. This is such a beautiful mythical poem. Loved it, kiddo.

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    1. Thanks Sherry, we need to catch up soon..

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  11. I adored the images you rendered for us...magic, love, bliss!

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    1. Thanks Donna, I guess that dragon spoke to my heart...

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  12. I love the use of planets as characters. Your words certainly do paint a picture of cosmic art.

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    1. Not sure which of you is commenting so I will thank you both..:-)

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  13. Wow! Beautiful imagery.

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  14. Your poem indeed does make me hear his joyous song! What a creative approach.

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    1. Hi Mary,

      Thanks I think in silence we can hear that dragon in a faraway land...

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  15. I love the celestial verses...they are truely beautiful.

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    1. thank you Mary...I have always been a stargazer...

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  16. I love the title ... galactic rose ... you have taken us on a romantic trip through the cosmos ... magical! :)

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  17. this is like a dance in the cosmos. a joyful, momentous event.

    by the way, did you mean "galactic" in your title?

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    1. Yes, I did thank so much for letting me know...

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  18. How well you filled this piece with such magical adjectives.

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    1. Thanks Old Egg, it was fun to write and I had a bit of inspiration.

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  19. a celestial wonder, thanks for sharing with us Trudessa; i'm happy you dropped by my Sunday Lime this week

    much love...

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    1. Thanks Gillena so cool that you met a fellow blogger. I enjoyed reading about your adventure.

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  20. he strokes the fires of your heart
    soaring higher than you imagine
    musical notes, work of cosmic art....

    Great ending Truedessa! There is much cosmic wonders that makes this a dance in the sky!

    Hank

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    1. I agree Hank, speaking of the sky the moon is beautiful tonight a sliver of golden light.

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  21. he strokes the fires of your heart
    soaring higher than you imagine
    musical notes, work of cosmic art....

    Great ending Truedessa! There is much cosmic wonders that makes this a dance in the sky!

    Hank

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    1. Twice as nice - smiling Hank

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  22. I really like dragons, and yes they do make beautiful music,

    Elizabeth

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    1. Dragons are very mystical and I think they are great totem animals.

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  23. Wow! Beautifully drawn images. A wonderful mystical, cosmic ride brimming with joy. Loved this!

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  24. Another wonderful celestial visit. :-)
    ZQ

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    1. thanks, I do like to write about the heavens..

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