Poem – “Ingrown, in Love” – Romanticism – 12/30/2020

Let us twist,In arms, together and apart,Like hearts that cannot weepWithout remembranceTo moments where circlesBecome the spheres to whichWe find the otherHalf-way upon the ocean. As vinesWith decay to each fallen apple,With remnants in the shattered earth,Of hearts to the broken streamsLeaked free from eyes,Kissing all the farewells to entrancesOf love with roses in arms. […]

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Poem – “Each Page of our Love” – Romanticism – 12/30/2020

Can you countRoadblocks in the sand?The sea has weathered itself,By each triumph we have beckonedWith hands held outTo catch fallen droplets,With the noose about our necksLocking temptation in place. For we may speakWithout uttering words.Of our eyes,To our emitted stare,We fold the other in armsWide as the ocean returns words,As the sky notices how we […]

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Poem – “Hold your Heart Out” – Romanticism – 12/30/2020

Hold what leaves,The precious denialYou’ve been keeping,Like roses attached to thorns,With your kindness, too longIn the many places it standsTo keep the earth,Sodden fresh. With little care to desert yourself,You come wholeTo the arrows that lick your neck,To the faces that guide your trekDown the dirt-roads that never moistenedPast where each loyalty departs,As the roses […]

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Poem – “We are Forever” – Romanticism – 12/29/2020

To count the stars,We are forever,In arms wide as the seaCan scrawl a deep shapeOf us two,As we burn through our ownImage. We raisePorcelain atop ebony,Discovering light in the eclipse,Finding words where can be noneIn the surrender of a void,To the entrance of eternity. My love,How the world has clungTo the deep-blue watersAnd ever-grey skies,Holding […]

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