Matthew Pratt

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  • John Hancock (11/20/2011 1:15:00 PM)

    Wow what a powerful poem you have written the imagery is truly heart felt well done

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The Hourglass And The Clepsydra

The Hourglass

At the edge of desert shore
Poured out of an hourglass
Would, I gladly, swoon to embrace
Such reveries that lie beneath,
A plashless mirror, shattered

The Clepsydra I

In versicoloured creatures' light
Are sunken castles, vitrified
Turtle Islands, appear from under
Leviathan bottles, have ships inside
Perdu plunder's interred in sand

The Clepsydra II

With aqua pura, ichorous now,
A celestial river laving me:
I clasp on ignes fatui,
Lounge upon a crescent moon,
View an ultra-violet sunset

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