Read "The Sorceror to his Love" at The Eldritch Dark:
This poem from Clark Ashton Smith (CAS) originally appeared in the September 1945 issue of Weird Tales magazine.
It's a simple but enchanting poem, capturing the feeling of safety and protection to be found within the arms of a lover. It also reminds the reader of the power that can be found in imaginary names, as in these lines:
Between his vast and vampire wings
"Zimimar" is CAS' invention, but as with so many of his invented names, it's hardly random: there's an undeniable hint of the exotic and the mysterious in that name, as there is in "Maâl Dweb", "Zothique" and all the others.