Riva Murphy

Love as Thou Wilt

I am a living, breathing poem, a compilation of lyrics, and an enigma. I am dramatized, by traumas past and a life that is unequivocally mine.

"Love as Thou Wilt"- quote taken from Jacqueline Carey's series of novels "Kushiel's Legacy"

Author's note:
I have taking the meaning out of context to apply to one individual versus many as the saying represents. I firmly believe that a person may love whomever they choose, but only that person. I think that people need to focus on really knowing the other person rather than a surface lust or love, and to me, that is exactly what this quote means.

 Love, as thou wilt.

Lily of my valley
Open up for me
Value all my secrets
Evermore we'll be.
Adoringly they come as you're
Sensationally undone...
Tracing on your ivory
Healing all my wounds
Ocean breathe your sorrows
Underneath our moon...
Willing nights to stay
Inherent all the wonders
Lusting some they may
Tasting in this thunder.
Written & Copyright 2010 Kymlee Murphy

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