Where have you gone?



Where have you gone, oh my master my love?
I never have shifted, though always a-move.

Where is your touch, oh my master my dear?

My arms never falter, though lighter than air.

Where is your kiss, oh my master so kind?

It still says I love you, ne'er fails to bind.

When shall we know love, oh my master my own?

Seek only my will, and forever we're one.



© John McNeil. All rights reserved.
This poem may be used free of charge, on the condition that copies are not sold for profit in any medium, nor any entrance fee charged to a performance. In exchange, the author would appreciate being notified of any occasion the poem is used in public performance. He may be contacted at: soul.communication@outlook.com Or at: 36B Stourbridge St, Christchurch 8042, New Zealand.