A collaboration with a talented person, a dreamer and a great poetess +Kaleidoscope. This poem personifies the rainy season, seen through the eyes of a boy (myself) and a girl (+Kaleidoscope).
Hey! Damsel of mine daffodils,
Let these million kisses find their lip,
Every succulent drop craving for your touch,
You then blush, for it then pauses mine sight,
Trickling down your frown those raindrops,
They tickle their presence on you,
and your on mine.
No, no my love, I am earth, parched
Can you see me? Cracked open at the seams
Bared to your gaze, writhing in unquenched thirst
The serine of your love’s caresses tease
More, the brontide, the torrents, inky sky
burnished in our love’s glow, more
Dandelion whiplash below your feet,
Uncharted green whiskers trembles with the raindrop,
You guard the magic of this April rain,
And you still ask, can I see you!
For this sight of tides kissing their only shore,
Can even serrate the shadows of a blind.
Held captive in the cocoon of your gaze
I am a gossamer butterfly born anew
A petal unfurling beneath rainy dew
I hold no magic, raining down on me
is alchemy of love’s deep spells and you
Watch me fade away in the monsoon of you
Watch me fade and melt into you, only you
+Kaleidoscope © & Teddy ©.