Wild Love

Ah! You are not tame, my Beloved, nor do you play games,
But though you are wild, you can also be as mild as a child
And gentle as the Dove, though you’re the Lion from above,
So I do not approach you in fear when you are so very near;
With tears of joy in my eyes I lay my head upon your bosom
And sleep in peace and never cease to be thankful for you;
You hold me tight in the might of your nail-pierced arms,
Safe from all harms and alarms, and I am deeply enchanted
In your keep as I reap the blessings of the highest heavens
Leavened with love from above and compassion unending,
And you are always sending me gifts to lift my very spirit,
So how can I thank you, my Lion Lover, but to love you, too?


Note: First published in March of this year, now being republished due to some renewed interest as well as for the reading pleasure of new blog-followers (as well as others who may not have yet read this piece!) Blessings to one and all!

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46 thoughts on “Wild Love

            1. Oh! I am so sorry, Kamal! Please forgive me… Yes, your post was superb, and very calming and peaceful. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, my friend. Again, please forgive my oversight. Blessings to you!

  1. So many coincidences are happening to me recently. I wrote a poem about a Spanish friend of mine who reminds me very much of a lion years ago and have just found it again. Will post in some day soon. The first post I have read this morning is yours and low and behold – it is a lion! Thanks for sharing – I really enjoyed this! 🙂

    1. Yes, I was quite fortunate to find such an appropriate photo on Pixabay (which has literally over 900,000 copyright-free photos from which to choose!) Thank you for you gracious comment. All the best to you w/blessings!

    1. Me too! And I’m so thankful I found that image on Pixabay… They have thousands of copyright-free images from which to choose. Thank you for your most gracious words, and as always, blessings to you! 🙂

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