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Please, May I Walk Into Your Paradise With You - A collaboration with Susan Ashley

Please, May I Walk Into Your Paradise With You - A collaboration with  Susan Ashley
 
Please, may I walk into your paradise with you
with its streets of gold and bright skies of blue?
My darling, you are in my sorrow-filled sad eyes
your kiss, honey in my ecstasy cries!

This true love, its bliss must be heaven sent
for your love, I'd all my dark sins repent

Please sweetheart, may I hold you tighter every night
always be with you, never lose your sight?
My dearest, your heavenly beauty, this soul saves
your romantic ardor, pleading heart craves!

This true love, its bliss must be heaven sent
for your love, I'd all my dark sins repent

Succumbing to passionate powers, your love's charms
Please , may I forever rest in your arms?
My angel, I swear we will never be apart
our love is shown on every new star chart!

This true love, its bliss must be heaven sent
for your love, I'd all my dark sins repent

Dance with me where petals sing for you, delicate
with desire. Without you I’m desolate.
Let’s rhythmically entwine, leave lost tears behind -
nectar sipped from flower’s cup will remind..

'Tis true my love, our love is heaven sent
your heart is mine there’s nothing to repent.

With wild abandon take me in your lusty whirl
where a kaleidoscope of stars unfurl,
our silhouettes left tremulous neath sky’s love-lights
midst fireworks that satisfied appetites.

'Tis true my love, our love is heaven sent
my heart is yours there’s nothing to repent.

Stay with me forever, earthly and then beyond 
magnificent and magical our bond.
Wearing naught but sweet swaths of light’s sheerest stardust
we’ll travel time in tantra wanderlust.

'Tis true my love, our love is heaven sent
our love lives on there’s nothing to repent

Robert J. Lindley and Susan Ashley
(a collaboration)

May 18, 2019

*Tantra; a set of spiritual practices that direct the universal energies into the practitioner, thereby leading to liberation. Meaning "to weave" in Sanskrit, the term is derived from two words: tanoti, which means "to stretch" or "to expand," and trayati, which means "liberation."*
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Poet's Note- Susan my dear friend, this has yet again been a true honor to compose this poem with you. With both of our schedules so busy it took many weeks but was well worth the effort and a great pleasure along the way. 
My your wonderful pen forever gift the world with your fine verses and immense poetic talents !!!

Copyright © Robert Lindley

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