Letters

Letters

A Poem by Chilson, Joshua
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To never write you again would be like allowing my heart to fade into a cold winter that never saw the sun or moon shine down revealing it's beauty to the world.

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 I am seduced,
by black and white writing,
the warmth made by strokes,
your letters I desire.

  As you coerce,
burdens ameliorate,
my petrified memory armada,
sails without direction.

 Commandress,
prolific muse,
bearer of light,
our writing platonic.

 Broken is my shell,
released from this soul cocoon,
singing with adoration,
I rise with excellence.

 Tears fall again,
a happiness contingent,
becoming translucent,
for my lady of letters.

© 2012 Chilson, Joshua



Author's Note

Chilson, Joshua
There are some words using it's archaic form, so if you lose yourself along the way please do look up the word.

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Very romantic.

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Lol...Nonetheless, absolutely beautiful! I really enjoyed reading this! Adding to my faves :)

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Added on September 21, 2010
Last Updated on January 4, 2012
Tags: Desire, Warmth, Muse, Happiness, Seduction

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Chilson, Joshua
Chilson, Joshua

St. Louis, MO



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I write poetry from life experience, though most won't seem that way as I never get into specifics to the events that bring about my work. I'm a silent individual for the most part which doesn't ma.. more..

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