Synchronic

Synchronic

A Poem by Doodley
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Love, hate and equilibrium.

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In her lava streams of volcanic rage,
No magic pill shall halt my age,
Nor kisses sweet upon my nose,
Shall heal the bruise of body blows,
Or taunts of hatred words unkind,
That haunt the recesses of my mind.

For untainted is the simple truth,
That needs no evidence of proof,
Just attuning ears would be a must,
As would some faith in loving trust,
Then tranquility shall be her minds Ephor,
And peace shall grace her heart-lit door.

So why do i wade this river of scorn,
Ablaze as a molten man unborn,
Struck down and licked by pursed lips,
That quake the Earth's tremulous hips?
No definitive answer needs there be,
Except she is love and she is me.











© 2019 Doodley



Author's Note

Doodley
Extreme rust and simplicity contained within.

Any comments appreciated.

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this is not simplistic in the least....from my standpoint, it parallels an experience i went through with an ex...i dealt with much of her past anger that was projected into our relationship...we are good friends now...and she admits to that anger often...but it seems she has found peace, of which i am so glad.
really thoughtful write, Doodley.
j.

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

3 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, Jacob. I appreciate your time and thoughts shared on this piece.. read more



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It’s said you can’t truly hate what you never loved. Hate is a dark passion, maybe the unlit side of the moon. It’s difficult to accept the absence of that light, and even more difficult to accept it might never return. After all, we all believe in sunrises. We love because we want love, and that’s what I take from your poem. Enjoyed this one!

Posted 2 Weeks Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

2 Weeks Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, R.E Ray. I appreciate your time and thoughts on this poem. Welc.. read more
Often a woman's power to scorn is left unsaid and seen as harmless, whereas women as as capable as men of deconstructing the spirit as they overcompensate for their own inadequacies, feelings of guilt etc by criticising their man! This is an interesting piece writ in a flowing rhyming form.

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

1 Month Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, John. I appreciate your time and thoughts on the poem.
Well whatever rust you had was scraped bare and shiny, Mr Doodley! I know if i let the pretty bird out of the cage shes gonna bite me but i do it anyway... every time:) love that word.... Ephor too had to look it up nice one

Posted 2 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

2 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, Bad Bunny. I appreciate your time and kind words.
Very beautiful piece of writing, Doodley. Very subtle. Lovely. It answers a lot of questions regarding love and lovers. Great job!

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

3 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, Suhd. I appreciate the time and comments.
And you can't have one without the other. I really think the greater the pain the deeper the love, in real life it becomes a matter of whether you can survive each other and reach the equilibrium together. Enduring love is made of effort.
Passionate words, I like this poem.


Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

3 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, 'elle. I like your thoughts here. Enduring love certainly is a.. read more
You are a poetess? I mean a lady? Anyway it doesn't matter , for what matters is that your poetry is exceptional and interesting to ponder upon and enjoy the awesome rhyming content as well. Sublime eloquence indeed. Kudos.

I invite you to critique/ comment my poem but don't you compare it with your great talent works ok.

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

3 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, S. Zaynab. No, definitely not a poetess. The poem speaks of the.. read more
"And peace shall grace her heart-lit door"... (or peace shall grace his heart-lit door).
This phrase reminds me of Neil Diamonds song, "Pretty Amazing Grace"
It is worth listening to the awesome lyrics...
especially since Valentines Day is in the air. Romance is difficult, but worth
waiting for one day when hearts are synchronized. truly, Pat

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

3 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, Pat. I will have to check out that song and its lyrics. It is f.. read more
Patricia Wedel

3 Months Ago

It is one of his latest songs. My young grandson and my only grandson sang it as a duet along with .. read more
I read this a few days ago and thought the Aussie maestro has done it again. Yes great lines Doodley, it is a fine line indeed!

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

3 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, Andrew. I appreciate the praise and time.
andrew mitchell

3 Months Ago

Honoured by your praise but not deserving lol. You are the distinguished writer here my friend by a .. read more
Hi Doodley!

Thank you for sharing a new poem after such a long wait...And the wait was worth it.

This poem has such a pulse, beating strongly, powered by pure emotion that’s bound to move all it’s readers. Your words are an affirmation of what most of us believe, a good relationship has its flaws but it’s always worth it.

I love the poem in its entirety...the assurance it contains... the love in every line...the truths you convey so completely...you’re a winner with this one 🌷


Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Doodley

3 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and reviewing, Divya. I am glad you enjoyed this personal poem. Your presence .. read more
DIVYA

3 Months Ago

You're most welcome Doodley.
Hiya Doodley,

In three verses you have bared the unfathomable depths of your heart.

The first verse conveys such pain. Physical hurt couldn’t compare with her mental blows. Then you expertly steer the second verse into a more soothing kind of entreaty. If only she would understand! I learnt a new word here, “Ephor” it’s beautifully used in this context. The last line of the second verse lights a bulb in the reader’s heart. It’s very elating.

Yet, you saved the best for the last. The final verse muses, persuses and resigns in love. Your love wins at this point. Over the catfights, the body blows, the bites and the sscratches so sore. The second line of the last verse is metaphorically to die for. It’s just so thrilling to see writing of this standard on the Café now mostly overtaken by brainless old boys and bimbettes!

The conclusion made me sigh and wish someone felt this way for me...You’re the best poet on this site. Please write more poetry, for fans such as I. Btw...if this love ever became too heavy a cross for you to carry, just shrug it off. Remember, I’m always here....

My love to you always,
Your friend
KittyKat 😻


Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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Doodley

3 Months Ago

Aha! Is it the Kat unmasked or an interloper?🐶
Dhara_Ditzy Kat

3 Months Ago

An interloper! Not me!
Who is she anyway?

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