The Longest Night
The Longest Night2 mins 236 2 mins 236
Yet another tormenting night without you,
Watching the lonely stars play lovers in the blue,
Pining for my love, cried my aching heart;
Leaving me desolate, why did you quietly depart?
That wild stormy night in each other's breath,
We hallowed our love amidst the dance of death;
As we lay naked under the fiery red skies,
We found our existence in each other's eyes.
Your warm kisses discovered my battered face,
And paced my throbbing blood for the wild chase;
The touch of your fingers ignited my fire,
Raging my hollowness in a burning desire.
You gently closed your eyes as we made love,
The angels from the heavens smiled from above;
Our weary bodies joined, and our wandering souls met,
The long vagrant search ended in a warm sweat.
Watched your curvy breasts as you lay beside me,
Ebbing with passion like the wild Sargasso Sea;
That night your ebony eyes just told one story,
Finally, our rejected love had found its glory.
Want to dance with you in the fields of gold,
And kiss the morning dew as we quietly grow old;
Tell you never-ending stories in the ebbing night,
Fluttering in the wind like the meandering kite.
Miles apart I know you feel the same,
In the contours of your heart, you're searching for my name;
Kiss the summer breeze my love, and let it flow,
For when it gently touches me, I shall surely know.
So come back darling, the night seems abysmally dark,
There was sunshine after the Flood and Noah's ark;
Follow your heart; for it just knows one route,
Our patience perseverance has finally borne its fruit.