Randy Resh

Rookie - 179 Points (April,1967 / Toronto, Canada)


Fathoms past puerile
devoid of
constricting condition

I love you

and so we flux flow
insulation resisting

free me you fill
feed freely

your devoted conduit
voltage visious feeling

the current courses
mine you of only

such is so
holiest alchemy

there is nothing else

unashemed so stark clearly

randy resh 2011

Submitted: Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Edited: Friday, February 13, 2015

Topic of this poem: love and art

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  • Freshman - 2,032 Points Luis Estable (10/19/2011 3:48:00 PM)

    Who is the puerile possession here? The person you talk to or about in the poem? Well this can`t be for you say you love that person, and anything we love or come to love is not a puerile anything.

    I need to know of what possession you are talking here to have a clear grasp of this poem.

    There are a few lines towards the end that does not sem to ralate much to the first part of the poem and that are, in my humble opinio, i bit obscure.

    You gave it a nice try, just that there are some difficulties in the poem on how to see it or take it.

    Take care know! (Report) Reply

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