Captain Cur

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Flow Flames, portrait poems


Volcanic island's birth surmise
gold horizon peeks arched sunrise,
untouched sand winds arms outstretched molds
sculpt minute grains soft earthen folds.

Ravishing orange striped seas pave
flow flames restless marauding waves
besieged tumultuous divide
palm sheltered dawn leafs svelte reprise.

Rain nurtures, pulsing rays pervade
foliage green, blue caves deep enclave,
cloud whiskered skies eternal flows
new island soul incarnate grows.

Submitted: Sunday, September 02, 2012

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  • Veteran Poet - 3,181 Points Walterrean Salley (9/5/2012 12:53:00 AM)

    Rain nurtures, pulsing rays pervade
    foliage green, blue caves deep enclave,
    cloud whiskered skies eternal flows
    new island soul incarnate grows.

    The aura of Natural beauty and the intrigue of rebirth. Love how you’ve blended the various elements, including the skies. Especially love the last stanza. Lovely portrait, Captain, beautifully and gracefully done. (Report) Reply

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