Tag Archives: Nymph

Called by the Water’s Song, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

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Called by the Water’s Song

The rhythm of the water singing its song
By its soft ripples I am mesmerized
To a place where I am taken erelong
Where by a Naiad nymph am swiftly seized

Power in her eyes I was hypnotized
To a state of weightless euphoria
By a scorpion was immobilized
Glowing as if a mystical aura

Now enmeshed with the ripples of the sea
Providing energy for their motion
Shortly there will be little left of me
There shall be no passionate emotion

My lifeless body tossed upon the shore
Energy for my love wasn’t any more

Rain in the Oak Forest, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Rain in the Oak ForrestRain in the Oak Forest, Ivan Shishkin (1891)

Rain in the Oak Forest, Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Breathe boldly, inhale as deep as you can
Feel the sensation of the flavored air
Stretch your arms so to create an eagle’s span
Then invigorate your pace if you dare

Chase the deer should they suddenly appear
Search for the nymph if it is your pleasure
Listen ever closely as they are near
But they will respond becoming a blur

It’s magic being in the oak forest
With the light tapping of each drop of rain
When the dark forest can be its brightest
Feeling the rain washing away your pain

Come and hitch a ride on a unicorn
Rain at your face, a time never to mourn