I walk the shoreline.
Evening has lowered her veil
showing her soft features
and endearing charms.
Darkness swept the horizon
as if her arms had become heavy
and fell slowly to her side.
I would slide my hand into hers
if she would allow it and we’d steal
soft whispers and tender kisses,
a bliss unknown to us so far.
And as the stars found their spaces,
our faces would be graced by
a glow so bright it could be seen
for miles; smiles of a summer night!
© Walter J. Wojtanik – 2016