Innuendo

Innuendo
Form: Raven’s Rovi Sonnet 25
Theme: Love
Subject: Music

The open sea and the long sandy shore
That lie beneath the moon’s silvery glow
As gentle waves ripple to find their roar
Awakening the passions from their sleep
Penetrating the sand with their desire
Quenching the needs as into sands they seep
As beneath the surface burns flames of fire
The beach pebbles begin to shine and glow
And should the sandy shore whisper for more
As the tides turn and land begins to weep
For the sea lingers at the moon’s require
With desire revealed in sea-scented beach
And to the moon the land and waves beseech
For sea and shore, love, it seems out of reach

©JGFarmer2021

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