Joseph Narusiewicz

Gold Star - 5,185 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Joseph Narusiewicz Poems

41. An American Angel 9/6/2013
42. An American Handshake 11/15/2011
43. Ancient Well 7/5/2014
44. Angels War 12/11/2011
45. Anna 11/17/2011
46. Another Chance 4/3/2012
47. Another Day With You 11/20/2014
48. Another Good Day 5/29/2015
49. Another Psychosomatic Night 5/11/2012
50. Another Time 7/5/2012
51. Ansel Adams Knew 1/3/2013
52. Apples 1/30/2014
53. Appreciate Your Friends 3/24/2015
54. Arab Spring 9/16/2012
55. Art And Asylum 12/9/2011
56. Art Of Karma 6/13/2015
57. As I Nap 6/2/2015
58. Asleep 12/6/2011
59. Atheism 4/22/2012
60. Auguste Macke 4/21/2016
61. Authentic 8/3/2013
62. Avatar 12/19/2011
63. Awakened By Love 12/18/2011
64. Away Out 8/5/2014
65. Awesome Light 2/16/2013
66. Bach 12/7/2011
67. Back Of A Cab 11/15/2011
68. Back To Church 4/7/2014
69. Baltimore 4/27/15 4/28/2015
70. Banter Of Flowers 5/27/2016
71. Bare Bones 3/16/2014
72. Bastille 11/14/2012
73. Bayesian Inference 8/8/2013
74. Beautiful Night 4/23/2016
75. Beauty Defined 4/26/2012
76. Beauty Has Won 8/10/2014
77. Bed Of Eve 12/6/2011
78. Bed Of Ghosts 11/19/2011
79. Beginnings Forever Beginning 12/17/2011
80. Begonias 12/8/2011
Best Poem of Joseph Narusiewicz

I'll Never Forget You

Opaque heart lit with tenderness
She shines like a child’s smile
Those old songs bring a tear
I really hope your life is happy
When the bitterness goes we can see
We had some real love one for another
Didn’t we?

Oh! How I pretended and rationalized
How I tried too make it all contained
Processed and intellectual
Now I know it was love
Pure and simple love and passion
Defining things can minimize

Nothing has ever replaced the fire of your kiss
They say we only get one love of our life
Your eyes so filled with moonlight
So ...

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Dark Women

Sheltered abyss in the spongy brain
You abhor yourself
Like a specimen in a bell jar
She walks with groping sorrow

Byron hides his foot
Poetry from the shirking sun
What is art?
A lament, a primal yarn

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