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Every spoken word, every soft kiss
Where mesmerized and much more than bliss
The way you touch me, the way passion flows
The way you complete me, only God knows

You make me feel loved and thankful as I do
Words canít express how much I love you
I thank you for being there when I was just two
And being there all the times I needed you

Iím sorry for never letting my feeling show
And never giving you a chance grow
I was just afraid that someday you might go
Vanish and never appear, I canít let u go

You released me from my malediction
Itís time to re-pay you with all my benediction
You can have it all
Even my endless love from winter to fall

Thank you for my Elysian happiness.

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The following comments are for "Elysian Happiness"
by AnGeL

Fields of Dreams
A sweet ode to someone you cherish.

I have a hard time reconciling Elysia with your poem, though. The cult of Elysium and it's teachings will ever remain a mystery, it's adepts sworn to some secrecy which kept it's teachings from every being written down. All that is left is some dim notion that what it taught was a mystery which traversed the silent melody of things which cannot be held by human arms or eyes. There is a vision of an ear of wheat held by a knowing figure, one slim digit pressed to pursed lips, marble orbs veiled.

Still and yet, those old temples have been swept clean by the sands of time, their rites no longer recognized and so I cannot fairly cry heresy if you use the term to convey but just your pleasure in one love in this life. It's just that certain words resonate with power, even if the source is forgotten. Their speakers should understand them when released -- I'm not sure you do.

( Posted by: hazelfaern [Member] On: April 11, 2004 )

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