Free Verse # 340 (on her lips the full moon)

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Rooted in Love

She held his poem
against her belly,
pressed into her naval
like a fiery seed being sown
in the womb of the earth.

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On her lips
the full moon
a wild flower

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Two in appearance; in reality one light, one body, one soul.

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Wrapped in the silk
of a thousand dawns
she comes to me
and I unwrap her
one dawn at a time,
unfolding
her ineffable essence,
poetry…

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I’m not a poet
I am a perfume maker,
in the oil of her skin
I dip my brush
then paint her,
a burning fragrance,
poetry.

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On the nourishment
of your skin I subsist
the way a butterfly
dips and dips
into the heart of the flower,
her tremulous sea of poetry.

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Of all my yearnings
only one remains…
red flower on her lips

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In the quiet of my heart
your flower grows…
moon…

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3 thoughts on “Free Verse # 340 (on her lips the full moon)

  1. reocochran says:

    This is beautifully romantic and reveals a gentle soul, Jo. Thank you for featuring this. Many people will be glad you shared this here. Smiles, Robin

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