Send Poem to a Friend Comment on Poem List Author's Poems
Joy By Moonlight
by Grant Douglas Aldrich

Joy walks by moon light, 
the waves roll in with their hypnotic melody, 
her silky skin gently glows,  
her soft beautiful green eyes 
shining brightly in the dim moon's glow.

The refreshing salt air with a soothing breeze 
teases her flowing dress 
tempting to expose her exquisite legs. 

Her striking and pure beauty overpowering the senses, 
the mere sight of her making a mans knees weak, 
the eyes focus fixed upon her, 
the words seem to uncontrollably stumble, 
the mind searches for any queue, 
the heart races, pounding with the passion she has instilled within 
attempting to surface, to escape.

Composure nearly unattainable 
grasping by a scant thread of equilibrium 
feeling as though my soul is a little closer to heaven. 

The power of her boundless beauty casts a spell 
that a mere mortal man could never resist.
An elegant lady with eyes of jade,
a golden Goddess sent from above. 

I stand beside her enchanted by her presence. 
Futile attempts to ignore, 
unrelenting urges to reach out and touch her 
go without protest nor refrain.
Softly caressing her back and shoulders;
exploring- then surprised finding no wings upon this angel. 

Dear Lord, prove me worthy of heavens gift.
 << Previous Next >> 

Poem ID: 88599   Poem Posted: 12/10/2014
Viewed: 1410  Voted On: 0  E-mailed: 0  Commented On: 0
How did you like this poem?
Great!   Good   So-So   Not My Style  

Rose and Rhyme Sweets Message in a Bottle Flowers

Copyright , 10-2014, Grant Douglas Aldrich  all rights reserved by the author.
For questions concerning copyright on this poem send e-mail to,

Submitted Poems | Featured Poems | Classic Poems | Love Quotes
AskTheLoveMaster | Reflections | MostPopularPoem | PoetryTours
PoemsDirect | PoetryChat | Shopping Mall | Submit Your Poem
Advertising | Privacy Statement | Investment Opportunities