Black Tar Synastry

Black Tar Synastry

A Poem by Amorette Duvannes

Black heart
Black as the mountain air
Grey-brained boar;
Lilting in the god-forsaken
Deep into the calibre of your stone-cold synapse
Whistles the blue will.

In the quagmire of your silent eclipse,
The harbinger you lilts in the offing
A chasm.
Coming forth with it's testament;
The hooded marauder erupts
From the soil sorely seeded. 

Deep into the rupture of your ground,
The cadaver of a deer 
With egg-yolk ears pricked into dynamite
The yellow outburst
And the kingdom will come, and your vow will be done.
And I will free among the church glisteners. 

© 2014 Amorette Duvannes


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Added on February 7, 2014
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