Loves Point Of No Return

carry me to the point of no return
take my heart before it burns
take my soul where ever you go
move fast, don't move slow.

you have put this fire in my soul
and it is burning very fast.
the oxygen that keeps it ignited
will not last.

you control my heart, like a queen bee
controls its hive
you make my being feel alive.

and when i look upon your lips
i want to feel your tender kiss.
for a kiss, is a kiss, until it's missed.

then it becomes a passion
a desire, a flaming fire.
it consumes your every thought,
your every wish, until once again
you feel that kiss.

you get a tingling from head to toe
feelings you thought you'd never know.
you feel the arms wrapped around your waist
you miss the warmth of that embrace.

this is the point of no return
this is the point that we must learn.

by louis rams

Comments (2)

............a wonderful poem and rhymes beautifully ★
Voltaire and Rousseau, the heroes of the Enlightenment mock the sacred. However, the poet sees also in the mundane the potential for sacralization. The atoms of Democritus and Newton’s particles of light are the most elevated grasp of reality that science offers us. (One can also add to these examples more modern ones.) These theories are the sand on the shores of the Red Sea where the miracle of the Exodus from Egypt occurred and because of this miracle the material also became sacred. In the second stanza Blake yet gives free rein to his naïve feelings of revenge: The wind that blows back the sand to those who throw it causes the mocking Eye to go blind. But it is possible to explain the line thus: the blindness of the mocking eye is the elimination of partial sight that creates the mockery. From here on there will be a comprehensive vision that will see how the mundane is part of the sacred because each particle of sand reflects the sacred beams Divine. It is surprising how much this poem expresses the spirit of the religious philosophy of R. Abraham Isaac Kook (1860-1935) and his disciples. One should add that in Hebrew, the word mundane or secular is a homonym with the word for sand.