Free Verse # 320 (kindling a silent language our hearts alone know)

Home…
the shape of her arms
embracing the wind,
in desolate earth the harbor
calling my ships,
the quiver of my longings.

~

All the shades of the night in her fragrance burned.

~

One by one
the stars faded
yet our eyes
in each other
remained harbored
kindling a silent language
our hearts alone know

~

One kiss at a time
disrobing her
of all hurt and pain,
thawing the ice
in the sinews of her veins,
thrusting her in the river
roaring wild with grace.

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The key to her being
he fashioned
from a poem burned
in the sanctity of his veins

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Night crushed
between our bodies,
the burn of its stars
seeping through our veins,
skin wet with dewdrops
of a pure sobbing lust.

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Her warm want
pressed against his lips…
fullness of her breasts

~

Photographer unknown
Photographer unknown

Sobbing with desire
light in tender waves
relishing her skin,
Eros vanquishing
the absurdity of night.

~

Photographer unkown
Photographer unkown

Dawn,
the sprawl
of their bodies
in the languid light,
the effervescence
of a poem
that burned
through the night.

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Shipwrecked poem
amid her thighs bleeding
the last tremors of desire…
its debris rebirthed
in her womb

~

Fire to the moth,
nectar to the bee,
her scent in me imbued
as sap in the tree,
the fire in my blood,
the salt in my sea.

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Her naked body
the temple of my longings,
each a grain of incense
in the censor of her skin
sown,
there to burn,
there to sprawl,
poetry…

~

Touching her womb
her face moonflows…
river of white lust

~

Photographer unknown
Photographer unknown

Searing her skin
his night of poetry

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