In Dreams You Come to Me (Inspired by Raphael and Serena, RELIC)

I felt in need of reading this poem and gazing at the picture again having spent time working on edits for RELIC, the second book in The Brethren Novel Series. Enjoy!
Hugs and snugs,

In dreams you come to me, an enigma of a man
With the whispered promise
Of feathered, teasing kisses
To caress my body
Rapturously and bold

In dreams, my cloistered senses open for you
With my own whispered promise
To submit to all of your desires, and to my own
To take from you, that which you have to offer
Until we are sated
Leaving me bereft at the break of day

I’ve grown addicted to your presence
Distracted with breathless anticipation
I curse the dawn, and bless the twilight
 Ushering you back into existence
Back into my world, and my arms once again

I lay me down, and shut my eyes
Tightly, oh so tightly
Forcing my dreams to hasten their return
But oh, how foolish of me
Dreams cannot be rushed
They drift in when they are ready
And you, my dream lover, will sail into my harbor
As destiny permits

Let destiny choose this night
To be the one to last an eternity
With you and me bound by love’s immortality


©Deena Remiel, 2010.


6 Comments Add yours

  1. Judy says:

    Wow… that pita-pata is my heart fluttering…

    1. deenaremiel says:

      Just when you think you’ve given your heart to Michael, you will fall in love with Raphael, too. 😉

  2. BJ Wheeler says:

    Wow… I absolutely LOVE this poem, Deena! It’s beautiful. 🙂

    1. deenaremiel says:

      Thank you so much, Lady! Is it wrong to say I love it , too? 🙂

  3. Auntie A says:


    1. deenaremiel says:

      Thank you! XOXOXOXOX

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