Jeremy Fadollone

Cold Blue Iceberg New

Icy Blue Veritas king of the world cold rush, The abyss our last kiss, time march's on zoom widescreen deluxe is rich twizzle Iceberg blue Cadillac crooning vicissitude blue sapphire refreshing blue pearls zircon crystal Dolce bubble free gems streaking blue Ice palace polar plunge blue pearls swoon. My heart sings vida vivid aurora borealis dawn renewed swirl pastel citrus ensemble choreography of the sea teal empty air crisp midnight blue dew frost opaque Iceberg blue valiant Glacial ice flows Purple Rain the Great Lakes snow-capped soliloquy solitude icy stare foundering loves remiss I embark Sojourner embrace last kiss eucharist for shall such be none, my soul remain abyss amiss, know such worse for wear.

Submitted: Monday, February 24, 2014
Edited: Monday, November 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: romance

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