Hourglass Secrets

Hourglass Secrets

A Poem by Revery





Here’s to endless sapphire crystal yearning

with ambitions of ink splashed onto white,

and mossed soliloquy patterns burning,

wrought willfully with telling words poets write.

 



Even forbidden storms know hourglass secrets

where desires stretch past dawn deep into night.

Even grace escapes dignified regrets

that whisper bittersweet amethyst rain rites.

 

 

Emotions silence blooms an eloquence reprieve,

crumbled sand mounds speak of tranquility,


and

perhaps, if we wait patiently, we might conceive

compositions of pearl-born tapestries. 

 


© 2014 Revery



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Revery



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You are a divine writer... and I am so blessed to have read this breathtaking piece of your heavenly thoughts...
Crumbling in essence... is ethereal within itself...you are reborn and arise a beautiful Phoenix...
Let your ink burn, my dearest friend!!

Love you to the moon and back!~xoxo~:)
Happy Birthday!!!! ;)

"Crumbled sand piles speak of tranquility

where emotional silence blooms eloquence.

If we wait patiently we may receive

compositions of pearl blessed tapestries."~ Gorgeous write... not thrilling...It's Majestic!!!! XX
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This review was written for a previous version of this writing

Posted 4 Years Ago


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Revery

4 Years Ago

No words. I'm overwhelmed. How do you hold such a power over me Robbie? How is it that you bring m.. read more
Robbie~xoxo~

4 Years Ago

awwww I meant ever word, my dear friend! I hope you are enjoying your wonderful day!
You deser.. read more



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How I can, in my six years on this site, have missed a writer of such sublime skill for so long is a mystery! Anyone who can attract praise from a writer of the brilliance of Linda van Tassell must certainly be a force worth dealing with!
This poem contains subtleties my old head has yet to unravel, but there is no doubting the elegance of their expression. The several references to blue hues--"pearl-born, amethyst, sapphire"--suggest to me the sea's mocking of the sky by emulation of it's true hue in her reflected illusory one. Am I anywhere near your intended meaning?

Posted 3 Years Ago


Revery

3 Years Ago

Thank you very much. Your comments are very generous and kind.
Beautiful! your vocabulary is amazing.. all those wonderful words I don´t even know, or know how to use like that. Great job!

Posted 3 Years Ago


simple words turned into beauty on the page by the writer with a pen.
I love this and the flow of it, and how the colors form the pictures before my eyes as I read it, and take in the meanings.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Revery

3 Years Ago

Thank you Josie I appreciate you reading and commenting on my poem. :)
Josie E. Cook M. A.

3 Years Ago

u r welcome! :)
Profoundly deep ...Emotions silence blooms an eloquence reprieve
compositions of pearl-born tapestries. Its like Windtalkers with hidden secret codes


Posted 3 Years Ago


Revery

3 Years Ago

Thank you Author Unknown. No secret code though. lol
a master piece of endless flow of melodious words which have been placed in the most perfect dimension.......

Posted 3 Years Ago


Revery

3 Years Ago

That is an excellent review. Thank you, I appreciate your comments.
junaid altaf

3 Years Ago

your welcome............
The first two lines are a brilliant introduction to the poem, giving a toast through your words, weaving them throughout, then ending with possibly receiving compositions of pearl-born tapestries. Your poem does have that certain shimmer and glimmer that only a true poet can divine, words to wrap around as though the nacre of a pearl. Great job!

Posted 3 Years Ago


Revery

3 Years Ago

Thank you for your comments. I'm am flattered by your visit and kindness.
W.O.W. As I'm sure your already aware, this poem is beautiful and amazing in every sense of the word. Everything about it flowed and was stunning.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Revery

3 Years Ago

Thank you ZeniaK
ZeniaK

3 Years Ago

You're welcome :)
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I just don't come over here enough, sorry. This is truly beautiful. The way you speak of wanting to write. Patiently waiting to reemerge, like a rebirth almost. Sometimes stepping away for a little bit can be exactly what is needed to get the creative juices flowing. Very nice.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Revery

3 Years Ago

For someone who claims to not be able to interpret peoples writing, you nailed it. Thank you.
Here’s to endless sapphire crystal yearning

with ambitions of ink splashed onto white,

and mossed soliloquy patterns burning,

wrought willfully with telling words poets write.

you won my poetic sense ! brilliant

Posted 3 Years Ago


Revery

3 Years Ago

Thank you so much Anand

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I am a technical writing by profession. I'm in my mid-forties and married with three wonderful children. My poetry deals with the struggles and contrasts between the spiritual and the sensual. M.. more..

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