Stars

Stars

A Poem by Robin
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Dream walker 
and a lunar rain 

rice paper boats and a secret temple  
a pagoda of origami silhouettes 
three steps - a woman 
patience in blue  
silk of silence   
the living room 

     plush 

Velvet and wood 

ornate gaze upon the walls - 

     intense. 



footsteps behind 

fingers over my eyes - 

" What do you see ? "   

                                  I feel you  ...  


auburn fur
coat of synesthesia


across the room 
legs gesture 
your fingers scrying my palms  
we rose 
to the simple  
a bed in the middle  
we laid down and looked up  - 


      stars stars and stars 


etched in those surreal nights 

salvation 


you and the way -

               we looked at each other 










copyright 2013 Robin Amaral 

© 2013 Robin


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lifts one on the gentle updraft of aesthetics to then soar on the racing wind. Here the Occident meets the Orient and entwined exult in the heavenly. Indeed the most skillful brush often uses the fewest strokes, and each masterfully shapes the wide canvas of creativity with your unique and embracive style, rendered all the more enjoyable by the ample spaces provided for other artists interactive imaginings. Merci beaucoup!

Posted 8 Years Ago


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rice paper boats and a secret temple
a pagoda of origami silhouettes


Loved this poem...Nicely done Robin...Ill be back to read more from you soon.

SyberRose

Posted 8 Years Ago


sigh..with the panache of milk tray man...this is sensual yet gentle and inviting...intense yet tender..a magical touch..

Posted 8 Years Ago


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There is only one word for this - elegance - such connection inspires me and leaves a flutter, absolutely outstanding work xox

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Japanese imaginary serves as an evoking reference .... I like how the you used different sensory allures to relate.

Posted 8 Years Ago


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Not bad, but I do think you push the whole oriental motif a bit too much in the first half or so and then let it peter out a bit too quickly in the latter half. I would have liked to have seen that remain in play through the whole of the piece, but as it is it's almost like you've forgotten about it.

Posted 8 Years Ago


0 of 1 people found this review constructive.

a plethora of intricately captivating sights, smells and sounds. Exquisite.

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

"Silk of silence" .. a very tactile image and the whole poem is beyond beautiful :)

Posted 8 Years Ago


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thank you for...for the plethora of imagery you bring in through your words..! extremely well written...as usual !

Posted 8 Years Ago


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I liked this poem a lot. The imagery was cool, it evoked the emotional response well done

Posted 8 Years Ago


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Chinese-Japanese, bliss here, origin, and origami, love, heart and ears... to listen to the art of lightness, peaceful grace, velveteen skies... ~ purity in pick up things, receiving things... again I came back here.... see more!



Posted 8 Years Ago


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