Grain of SandA Poem by TamiViolet
Summer lovers lost in a robe of light,
Thoughts found in a mermaid's hair,
Brightness ascending torrid thighs,
Two ripened hearts beyond compare,
Peculiar how folds the imagination,
When summer's blue view is banned,
An hourglass, our sweet vacation,
Dwindles to blank stones of land,
Ability never put together entirely,
We are no longer as the white whales,
But men dwelling in a moon so precise,
Venus amid a wreckage of rainbow shells;
The tide must ebb and flow by rule and rule,
And we disappear into the attic of the skull...
© 2009 TamiViolet
Shelved in 2 LibrariesAdded on October 23, 2009
Last Updated on October 23, 2009
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