snow – capped mountains

 snow-capped mountain peaks

cottony clouds shifting sizes

frosty bubbles

floating in the sky

the limit of your height

is beyond my naked eye

beyond my strength to allow

beyond my heart to traverse

you’re way too  high for me to climb

my heart in its  summit

where angel dances in sheer delight

upon the frothy lakes of clouds

a castle up high shifts

along  the frothy candy lake

up there in the white frosty mountain

my heart thunder when it appear

the beating of drums and cymbals

fills the air  dancing in a sensual swirl

it spark a fire in my heart burning my insides to knots

caressing my senses alive with the touch of the gentle

wisp of the air

mountain peak danced with delight

upon the waters strewn with streetlights

the reflection of the sky

kissing the waters of the lake

remembering what was in the past

buried in the dark corners of our mind[wallcoo]_mountain_wallpapers_AP29003s_300x300



  1. cote8050 · October 19, 2015

    This is so lovely, I can see it all through your words! love it 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • franz · October 20, 2015

      —————————————————————–that’s a very kind word …thank you so much. 🙂 🙂 🙂 I’m glad that we can connect .


  2. The V-Pub · October 20, 2015

    A beautiful poem! Tying the peaks of a physical mountain with sensuality is a perfect metaphor.

    Liked by 1 person

    • franz · October 21, 2015

      hahaha ….sometimes I love to tickle minds thank you that it resonates with you. I love poetry and expressing myself , where’s somethings lacking.

      Liked by 2 people

    • franz · October 21, 2015

      yes, my gardener . I salute you.


  3. Miss Book Thief · October 21, 2015

    Loved this. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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