Poem – “How do the Pages Turn?” – Love Poetry – 6/5/2021

ClockwiseTowards the directionOf your sunset,Of yourBelieving in the afterlife,Before the journeyDivides its mileBetween us. The less likelyThe pain shall discover usOnce more, without the caress,Without the shellTo take usBeneath where winter freezesThe trees into shadows – As we loseInfinite breathOn the shapeshifting pathways,On the curving highwaysDrinking the evening’s meltFor waters we once knewWere there, when […]

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Poem – “Scars for Newborn Love” – Love Poetry – 6/5/2021

Feathers raisedFor clearest flesh, unscarredIn our absence,With the sky’s only graveWorth finding. I recall the quiltsBuilt upon your formTo the softnessWorth discoveringAs you were torn. While skies were openFor your milk-white neckKissed down with dropletsBrought with breath. While teardrops fadeAtmosphere into blurry white,Here, loves goes grayUnder the moon’s pathTowards day. I hold the iris openOf […]

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Poem – “See you Stronger” – Love Poetry – 6/4/2021

A heart takes its journey,Takes its tollTo the beats of a staircaseWith the jog upon its slope,To find you seatedWith blue to the skies of your eyes,While messages are folded in your hands,As Heaven was never warmer. Your smile,An elegance I have awaited.Though you will not trust me,Remaining in my flame,As I am,I adore the […]

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Poem – “Poem of a Dead Girl” – Romanticism – 6/4/2021

Life by firelightGoes unnoticedTo the world that sentencedHer, beneathCrippled stems without theirPetalsAnd radiance. I knew to love,Knew to lieWhile her flesh wasWithin faltering reach. Crippled,Stagnant for noReason to be unearthedFrom the grain,With all delicacyTo her pain. She had trembled among the leaves,Unable, as I was able to thinkOver which was, among the fall. Autumn’s breeze […]

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Poem – “A Head among the Roses” – Love Poetry – 6/4/2021

Picture howFinal terrorsWere warm beginningsFor the faces that did laugh,At the end. Picture nowThe stories caught at angles,Bleeding for miles acrossShapeshifted understandingFor the forests that meltedWhispers into glades. Emptiness in the hollow well,For no cement could encrustA depiction of her fall. I still wishFor the dawn to comeEven as the rose petals fallInto burning fields. […]

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Poem – “For Bittersweet Burial” – Love Poetry – 6/4/2021

This way we keepHolding onto faint ruins,Slipping upon the puddlesMade from our tears. This way we keepFolding our arms into curtains,Concealing the hurt, beneathThe movement of winds. My love runs a circleAbove your head,Tiny in the depictionTo the burial of truth. I can stare, foreverTo the funeral beneathWhere you closed shut the hazeTo be covered […]

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Poem – “While all Kisses were Behind” – Romanticism – 6/3/2021

Here, to fallAmongst you,Bleeding through open doors,Standing there to countAll droplets you have scatteredWith simple stainsUpon the white of cheeks. While all mouthsTo this rotten worldWill call its soundFrom around,Here you dishevel yourselfIn the ignition to anotherContortion of fairnessTo another storm. Left behindUpon the road of weariness,While scars settle with sunsetsFor eyes that create the […]

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Poem – “Weeping in Distant Arms” – Romanticism – 6/3/2021

Two faces rejectThe simple state of beingFor the other, among the otherIn the creeping armsThat tear apartThe other. Into distant armsA storied kindness dwells,Made of makeshift consolationWith winter’s backbone,Masking the strength that never comesWith the waves. Simple tears broken apartWith the sliding currentAcross faces made of ivory.Gentle in the cruelest moments,Watered to the dive,Sickened to […]

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Poem – “To a Heart you Ignore” – Romanticism – 6/3/2021

Tame the positionOf one beast who bottledHis sunshine in the hourglass,While time kept us frozenTo observe the past. You were to the worldAll it aimed to ignore,All death desiredTo give birth to,Upon the murky shore. You liveTo keep singingYour pain, for the wildernessWhere isolation grows heaviestUpon leaves made of your disease. Why choose to forget?Why […]

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