Is Love Near? (A Poem) (1 Viewer)

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Laron

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Here's something I wrote a few days ago.

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Sometimes similarities can soften the space
when two souls meet for the very first time.
But with too much common ground turmoil ensues,
and just like stepping into the shadows of a cave,
when we’re worlds apart passion can begin to fade.

While sitting on a seesaw balance may be found
as eyes stare across like glinting marbles
waiting to be cast out towards one another.

Within our energy rests the damage done
from a past once lived that pokes its head up
at unexpected times to hinder life’s bonds.
Saying “hello” is the first step of a route
leading back along a path to the absolute.

We can journey together by choice
to a destination of healing and purity
so that what previously lies is let go.

Our days are yet to come as the sun falls and rises
and the plants seasonally shed their leaves
with the flowers ascending to bloom,
where two arrive in a space of palpable love.

~ Laron G. S.

 

Lila

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I didn't know you were a poet too, Laron. Though I suppose I should have guessed :-D
 

Hailstones Melt

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I knew you wrote poetry, Laron. It's another kind of mapping - word mapping.
You're spot on that flowers ascend to bloom. The poet /magician sees flowers blooming, petals falling wherever s/he goes. The bloom of the flower is the highest expression the flower has.
 

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