Monday, August 19, 2013

Love



look
how far
I fly, I sail
oh my reflec-
tion, as we merge
in depths of wavy love
you, and me, one
the glass breaks
binding us
forever
love

love
the solid
ice, will it melt
again, uncertainty creeps
na, it won't, am
sure, but 'm
not

love
I don't
want to fly
but stay grounded
with you, we
framing
love


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40 comments:

  1. Love the waving shape of the poem - like troughs and crests of the wave - highs and lows. Lovely.

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  2. Waaaaw...
    This is so romantic!

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  3. So beautifully written! The patterns are beautiful too. :)

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  4. I love the unique style of this one my friend. Looks like reverse-hourglasses :)

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  5. Beautiful! I also wanted to write an Etheree, will do it some day! You've done a great job though :)

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  6. I love the way this poem waves its way down the page, much as the meaning in the poem does.

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  7. The shape is gorgeous and poem wow stunning and deep

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  8. Sweet, heart beats moving into sync.

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  9. This had a feel of being at sea, not swept up in the current but effortlessly swimming with the whale sharks, getting the best view of the world from atop and underneath. Loved the form and the flow. Great Job!

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  10. You have shaped it so well just like wave of thoughts going up and down!

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  11. Who knows what we might release by melting the ice.....gday

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  12. Love the words and the waves in the structure of the poem :)

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  13. Loved the water-rhythm of this piece. Also, "love/the solid ice / will it melt" just about melted me. Beautiful. Glad you posted at the Imaginary Garden, or I would not have met your work! Amy

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  14. The shape of the poem is unusual and lovely, it's filled too with wonderful words. Thanks, Amrit. I enjoyed this post.

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  15. well done indeed...thanks for sharing this

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