I can see you through the languid lazy breeze,
As it blows to kiss the surface of the seas,
And a playful lock tickles your warm cheek,
Gracing a land of beauty and mystique.
I can see you through the sultry street,
Of waves breaking in crisp whispers at your feet,
As you wait to feel the warmth of the sun,
While the distant sea & sky melt across the horizon.
I can see you through the radiance of the hills,
Standing tall & high adorned with golden frills,
Their dark looming bodies guarding your virginity,
As you carelessly flaunt your naïve beauty.
I can see you through the swaying trees,
As they shower blossoms in the summer breeze,
While the interrupting murmur of the bumblebee,
Makes you go weak in the knee.
I can see you through the flock of birds,
Flying back to their heavenly abodes,
As the shining rays of the setting sun spill,
Across your golden body as you stand still.