Monthly Archive: November, 2021

Poetry.

Originally posted on Dahlia Dusk Poetry:
Poetry isn’t for the habitual hearts— the hearts that function for the sole purpose of pumping blood through their veins, keeping the physical alive. It isn’t for…

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No mercy dear Elizabeth…

No mercy dear Elizabeth…. She found me alone by the St Clair lake and she wore a silky red dress. I saw her from a distance and I watched her walk quickly toward… Continue reading

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You are my story…

You are my story… Pretty wishes, savored dreams are you. I have loved you always, I love you in the morning light,  I loved you when you dance for the midnight moon and… Continue reading

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About being together

Originally posted on Mysterious Soul:
A amazing poem shared by a talented writer. Mysterious Soul View original post

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Nothing last forever…

Nothing last forever… I told you often, nothing last forever. The veil of love is dangerous, make us dance and sing in the rain than teach us love can slip away and leave… Continue reading

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Fabiola…

Fabiola (Now nothing remains the same)  Your name came to me late in the midnight hour, brought back the canvas of your perfect body, your kind smile and your beautiful face. Your name,… Continue reading

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Misty eyes….

Misty eyes…. You bathe me with your hazel eyes, we have hot coffee, early morning, the sun rising from the east. I tell you, let’s slow down this day, great haste make us… Continue reading

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A love story…

 Love story… You were going to be a dancer, a poet, going to save our world. I was content to be in the reflection of your eyes. I told you often dear lover.… Continue reading

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Drunk Oracle (audio)

Amazing poetry shared by a talented writer.

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New Orleans

New Orleans… (For my kindest muses. Dear Allsion.) I found you in the Jazz club dancing alone in a silky dress, closed eyes and moving bare feet. I watched you danced to the… Continue reading

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