Valentine Love Song
So like your cotton clothes I wear when I'm all alone,
I'm covered by a musky mist of finest "you" cologne.
Tensile ions magnetize our souls with thinnest wire
Speaking urgent love songs interlaced with sweet desire.
You've become a place in me, a town where I belong,
A church with altars to the gods, who give the stars their song
Past the presence of this life, before all breath began
You were everywhere in life and everywhere in man.
Take my hand to paradise, to hell or crimson sea
For matter sleeps with reticence when lured so willingly.
Whatever toll existence claims, I have melody
Beyond it all and back again, through eternity.