Poem – “While Eyes Undress you” – Modern Romanticism – 5/4/2022

Lonely dancer, find your nest
with fruit still fresh.
Love touches your breast,
ceases our breath.
Against all, we welcome death,
facing views upon fragrant land,
burning roses into hearts,
stealing eyes into jewels.

Walk among porcelain sand,

cloud this night in mist,
dashed upon lovelorn lips.

We rain Heaven from a sun
that beats its furnace low.
We tremble in naked vows,
while faces sink upon whispers
from opposite ends upon our run.
Let stony stars be moldable silver,

as all garments drop
from forms where sadness stops.

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