You gave a great metaphorical example that attempts to show how powerful love can make a person feel as well as a great perspective of how dominant the lover is to intrigue someone to such an extent that passion conquers all.
I interpreted "the wave" as being your sweetheart since it "entice my inner soul". The great thing about using that is because if one were to imagine a wave, it's timing of when it falls is quite unpredictable. It's a shock to most, and a wonderful awe for how capable it is to collect so much water and move anything in its path...almost like how someone in love can be intrigued by their crush. To them, that person that they adore is everything in their eyes: strong, amazing, beautiful ... I also took it a step further and thought about water itself and the act of "washing". Love can be a tool against you or for you, and that in itself is unpredictable because each person deals with it differently. To some, they can fall in love quickly and passionately while to others, they form this boundary to only adore, in order to cautious of "drowning". The act of washing is also something that can cleanse your heart and incorporate a happy and loving feeling that soon takes over your mind. It's like a drug that makes you forget all your worries...and that's what I got out of the wave =P. I loved how you explained the climax of the wave in comparison to your passion because that totally relates. Once the wave touches down, it creates this sense of relief and soon enough, a gentle result comes in ...just like love. Although this poem is labeled "love" it still shows a characteristic of passion, but to a very light and clean extent, which is great because it made the poem "flow" just like water =P. All in all, I loved it I'm so impressed *__*. Also forgive me if I said anything wrong or strange lol. Sometimes I get really attached to words and my mind goes off to la la land dreaming of the imagery of the poem hehe.