Poem – “Wash my Pain” – Romanticism – 1/31/2021

Dear,Lay your kisses deepIn the puddles of where I’ve laidHollow, broken structuresOf my imminent disuse.Solace and scornMerges as sunset and sunrise,While a few pebblesCreate the eclipseUpon a surface, most shallow.For I knowOf a place no one goes. I know of a roomWhere feelings are keptIn rotting books,Of worshipped words,A failure’s ascension.Nothing savesThe broken man of […]

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Poem – “Tonight, We Sleep” – Romanticism – 1/31/2021

In arms,We rest,Under great waves,We become undressed,Drifting to moonlight,Weeping for sunlight,Carving our surroundingsInto twilight,Of stars that fold colorsInto the unification of white. Porcelain dreams,Faded awareness,Disguised simplicityOf a disused momentUnder the wings of the other’sHeartened caress. WieldingWhat does not die,Though lasts with the nightInto the memory of warmth,Bleeding sunraysFrom the heated touch. A bathOr a cradleSinks […]

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Poem – “The Speaking Pain” – Romanticism – 1/31/2021

Five winds,Count anotherThat drifts youTo a shredded paradiseOf photographs lingering on the pathTo a corroding gentleness,A peaceful sessionOf beautiful weeping. My love,How great are these wallsOf stumbling colors,Falling through the blankest cloudsLingering overhead?Your faceIn the sky, I see,By my open eyesAnd swipe a tearAway from the state. Weep from the simmering storm,The blue veil shadows […]

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Poem – “Reversing Tears” – Romanticism – 1/30/2021

Track your swum milesBack to the reliving love,Watered by the stormsWe drew our arms through,Together,Keeping smiles on the pagesWe turn,Together, in a hold. We hold historyEver on page one,Finding love in unending tearsBacktracked on the first mileWe ever sought to cross. Oh, love,Keep smilingWith waters to your naked heartLeaning in reverse,Falling upward. BeautyCloses curtains,Nestled thus […]

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Poem – “Deafened Breaths” – Romanticism – 1/30/2021

I contain you,I strip youOf water, down your eyes.You held upon lifeFor a new smileTo arise.I can greet you in the coming moon,Hold your head, in the noonBeneath cracked ceilings. My openingOf famous insurrectionsUpon the love we dined through,With bread to our flesh,As nakedness was to your death.Hold your shieldAgainst your scars,For a minute more.I […]

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Poem – “Just a Puppet for Love” – Romanticism – 1/30/2021

How many stringsAttach the chordTo the vesselOf what has been sounded? A heart beatsWith rhythms, undefined,Healing injured promisesBy the faintest, vainest flowOf red, along the longest ropesCalled veins. BleedingUndesirable certaintyOf mindful eclipses,To woeful glimpsesOf the way in which love runsDown the hollow curves. How many chordsDetach from the strings,Overflowing our sceneryWith sounds, never sights? The […]

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Poem – “A Love of Nothing More” – Romanticism – 1/30/2021

How great were the wordsIn relationTo the acts, upon the radiant stage?Deception crosses the veins,Shelters our support, to be stainedWith open-wide synonyms,RepetitionsOf a mile for the future. Repeating at the mile,Filling futures for the styleOf yesterday’s portraits,Brazen in the emptiness of lackingElements. Colors and broken arrows,Books of wordsWithout dynamics in meaning.I love with fingers too […]

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Poem – “Bandaged Kisses” – Romanticism – 1/30/2021

Kill the stain,Wet around the rain,Born of bitterness in your eyes,Of roses that make the tapestriesUnified, in their simple structure. I loosen tearsTo recreate the yearWe both drew ourselves in the earth,And flooded the flameThat torched our unborn words. Your lipsWounded upon the vowel,Healed upon the consonant,Desperate within the mentionOf even rhymes,To be gathered within […]

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