Poem – “He Loves through Old Eyes” – Love Poetry – 10/31/2021

Firm whispersFor another place he loathesTo go,While winter has remained her clothes,While warmth is ever theSpotlight to call her up. He knewHer time was up.He knew her timeWas to go upTowards clouds, purer in complexion,More delusional than his hopeIn Heavens, in scriptureWhispering more whispersFor desperate daylight. To walk, to talkMore steps, more wordsNear the side […]

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Poem – “Intimate Sadness” – Love Poetry – 10/28/2021

To the dark part ofA heart that never forgivesItself, to belong uponThe light side. To the spark that never drainsFrom the memories, from distant kisses.When the wound heals,Will I ever remember you? Your eyes fell to ruin,Your breath shattered withYour lungs that took my wordsTo heart. Your glance fell short,While I scooped up the dirtTo […]

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Poem – “Heaven-Starved Lips” – Love Poetry – 10/24/2021

Travel this way.The moon does not hangAnother hour,For you to go acrossA bridge where no one meets.You deserve companyOn the lips, bandaged of the iron.From bloodied scarsTo Heaven’s stars. Come this wayTo meet a fire of your belonging.Burn awayAll moments, to becomeA grand eternity.Each layer to your tressesBleak, while handsWield breasts for the babe,Once more, […]

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Poem – “For the Hand She never Held” – Love Poetry – 10/23/2021

She never criesWith denial’s curtain about her.To the remembrance for what diesIn its youth, running the skiesIn barest blue, beyond the nectar.Wind catches her scars,While envy reveals the empty shadow – Beside her, in the bed.Wide-awake eyes, blue in the midnight,While belief is lost from sightThat another heart should call, again.One sentence, one word to […]

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Poem – “I should have not” – Love Poetry – 10/22/2021

I should have notBurned my heart twiceAgainst what was ruins,On everything we believed was ourConstruction of Heaven.I could haveBuried my heart amongst it.I should haveBled towards the river,Where now you lay. I should haveLet you go free.I should not haveClung to grief.I sincerely should not haveKept a burned-out lightFrom its peace. I should haveDied with […]

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Poem – “With the Sun still High” – Love Poetry – 10/22/2021

With words still caughtIn our throats.With gazes that stretch moreThan the shadows caught from the light,Arms still reachTo bring you close.Loyalty still remembers,For what better moment can occurWhen we will riseWith the roots at our feet? While the sun is still high,Say you will touch the remaining stars.Say to drown the flameThat speaks ill, during […]

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Poem – “Pulled Loose from a Cage” – Love Poetry – 10/22/2021

Teardrops were not the cascade,Not the storm to be showered,While love’s own fertile fieldsCall for us bothTo dance. Placing flowers in your hair,A scent through each strand.Leaning to kissEach finger of yoursThat reaches,Though finds no light. Pulling you inApart from the faces of the moon,From the facades of manyYou thought were one.Swallow whole this truth,Laid […]

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Poem – “Here, you Belong” – Love Poetry – 10/21/2021

Here, within armsTo circle your sufferings into closure,You belong. Here, outside from the dark,Into the warmest senseOf something memorable,With someone who drinks ofAll the descending teardropsThat starve your eyesFrom something everlasting. From there,To the moments of salvationStolen from what never wasIn the ocean you bathed,Though were drowning. HereTo believeA love can find its place,High among […]

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Poem – “Beyond the Wings” – Love Poetry – 10/21/2021

Come here, to sayThe moon is not the directionYou pray.Hope for our riseThat we might not beCold, with the north,Sapphire blue. I will bandage your wings,To take flightOver peaked mountains,Over landscapesOnce burned in heated sorrow.I will give, to never takeAll the blessings we ever rose with,To speak volumesOver cliffs, to the slowed crawlOf a growing […]

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Poem – “Sleepless Bird” – Love Poetry – 10/20/2021

Caressed.Though, not undressed.When the moon tells you to revealSoftest colors, to your pale,Ivory flesh,Would you send summer away? Startled eyesGive off flakes of snow,As thoughTo be specks of ashes at your sight.The inborn meadows,Wild, as all your thrashingDuring the vast nights. Would youWhen the moon calls for it,Taste raindropsTo state the pain is too greatAs […]

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Poetry Series – “For Autumn Rainfalls” – 2/50 – “Sense of Crying” – 10/18/2021

SlippingOn puddles made fromShades, further inThe loss of a sane self.Sense of selfTo the waters that bleedFrom dry wells. WadingIn the tear-stained moment.A film, a droplet,A occurrence that did not occurExcept for deep within.The shadows kiss,Bleed to protect their kin. RunningFrom the porcelain sounds,The immaculate praises,Inborn promisesTo love, while death wins its prize. She gained […]

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Poetry Series – “For Autumn Rainfalls” – 1/50 – “Tears don’t Fall” – 10/18/2021

Weak beneathWhere glassWears itself thinIn dark reflection.A mind that finds easy meaningIn decaying truth,In hands that pull backFrom the stem of a thorn,From the red of a rose. I keep what is painful upon drunken times,Weeping in shadowed pillows.Find me,I will be near and nowhere.I will be wilting in the bathtubCleaning stains,The memories that are […]

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