Twining Venus Mars

Twining Venus Mars

20 January 2017

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Shadows grow

Tall in the winter

Knock and knock

Who is there

Frightened cried the little hare

Is it big bad wolf

 

The light gleamed

Shadows extended

Shying day

Keen on hay

The hare asleep pretended

It was wolf at bay

 

Stories wove

Confusion’s webs strings

Three piglets

Squealed in fright

Through the thickened woods they drove

Falling out of sight

 

Hushed and mum

They gathered the hearth

Spilling Earth

And sawdust

They drove all wolves into slum

Of nothing the sum

 

Child reveals

The raging terrors

Laughter peals

Through the night

Shadows extension of light

In coin twin birthright

 

Web woven

Within waning stars

Only Heart

Keeps the Sight

Unwoven coils delight

Twining Venus Mars

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Mono No Aware – Hammock

Other poles shifted

Other poles shifted

30 October 2015

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The days hurried by

Grey repetition of beats

But for three red spots

 

I loved poppy fields

Often most when they touched skies

In red-blue embrace

 

A rabbit scurried

He bestowed me some nonsense

From bottled malice

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The Earth spun around

Sun’s glorious stray dances

While I composed soul

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The nightingale whirled

All wheels flew out of axis

Camp descent painful

 

A tadpole blinked twice

Its tongue caught a fly’s motion

Other poles shifted

 

I took crimson walk

Between yellow lines but fell

Forgotten in hay

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Dance me to the End

Dance me to the End

30 August 2015

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Autumn leaves will fall

As the sun will soon grow cold

And the bark will freeze

 

Did you know I’m blue?

Hues bluer than deepest sea

Ice in heart stretches

 

You fail to see it

You would not know what it takes

To break through the ice

 

Faith in you falters

But if you know then pray stay

Dance me to the End

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Courtesy Alphonse Mucha on albertis-window.com

 

Winter white will call

As the skies will gather snow

And the bears will sleep

 

Did you feel my hugs?

Tighter than the starkest grip

Sleep its warmth fetches

 

You fail to glean it

You would not feel them these quakes

Tremors I convey

 

Warmth in me halters

But if you feel then pray stay

Dance me to the End

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Courtesy Alphonse Mucha on albertis-window.com

 

Springtime will blossom

As the robins will return

And flowers will bloom

 

Did you need my kiss?

Lighter than the touch of clouds

Heavier than rain

 

You fail to reach it

You would not need these pink lips

Pressure of my soul

 

Velvet silk retracts

But if you need then pray stay

Dance me to the End

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Summer will then scorch

As the sun will rise ablaze

And the hay will burn

 

Did you read my heart?

Transparent like a river

Murky like a pond

 

You fail to breach it

You would not read these blue tips

That pump me brick red

 

Life from Love subtracts

But if you read then pray stay

Dance me to the End

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The seasons were gone

Even time came to standstill

We dwelt face to face

 

Did you heed my soul?

Overflowing blue-red lake

It merged ice with coal

 

You fail to grasp it

You merely scratch the surface

That shines like mirrors

 

Soul a soul could mute

But if you heed then pray stay

Dance me to the End

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The clouds gathered dark

The clouds gathered dark

15 August 2015

 

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Stars shone eerily

Dwarfs competing with giant

Moonlight’s faded thoughts

There was no time I recalled

Where the weaker ever won

 

Withered jasmine died

Summer’s heat was but prelude

For hay set on fire

Shoulders bracing for onslaught

Ice in my heart melted not

 

Daytime’s dust lingered

New stars between Sky and Earth

Spread out shimmering

Like fragmented souls they flew

Wasted speckles of Earth’s skin

 

Distant dogs barked shrill

Crying to the moon they wailed

Loss of their masters

Gone remnants of your essence

What died once will die anew

 

The sea’s hue deepened

The horizons threatened stark

The clouds gathered dark

Mind’s eye looked over the waves

Hoping for glint in black hues

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