Champagne Bubbles

Champagne Bubbles

A Poem by Beatrice Mars

Champagne bubble

Stars, shine

On marzipan clouds.

 

They fizzle and burst

In the last rays of a

Gummy lace sun.

 

Champagne stars

Shoot through

A treacle universe, their light

Lost inside the chewy

Hearts of gods,

Who float, waiting.

 

Champagne starts

Fizzle and burst on
My tongue as I bleed

Red wine blood.


© 2011 Beatrice Mars



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Very strong poetic writing :) Love it

Posted 4 Years Ago


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I love this. "fizzle and burst in the last rays of gummy lace sun" a well painted picture. great write.

Posted 4 Years Ago


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I LIKED + LOVED = ENJOYED....

Posted 4 Years Ago


Evervescent and tactile. A real word treat.

Posted 5 Years Ago


Observed Champagne with keen eyes and thoughtful heart!
Wonderful write.

Posted 5 Years Ago


Interesting thoughts, and you put them together very nicely.

Posted 5 Years Ago


love this

Posted 5 Years Ago


ahh another alcohol poem ;) lush though.

'Lost inside the chewy
Hearts of gods,
Who float, waiting. '

love this.

Posted 6 Years Ago



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Beatrice Mars
Beatrice Mars

United Kingdom



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I'm an 19 year old girl. Of all the souls that stand create I have elected one. When sense from spirit files away, And subterfuge is done; When that which is and that which was Apart, intr.. more..

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