bacila simona

Black Swan - Poem by bacila simona

Ship of frantic desire landed to love city,
she comes from heated sand of sun clarity,
a necklace with ruby shines on story skin,
the hair makes pain in lover's fingers thin.

Echos of drums beating and cello breathe in,
body exudes dare in motion of a cheeky lion,
from lips pours ambrosia to travel in blood
and bring for lover the eternal drink of God.

She floats as magic venetian to masked ball,
uses music of voice in tardiness to be the fall,
born with inclination to taste a pinch of pepper,
so tears of sudden outburst disolve the loner.

Passiflora petals blossom in arch of her heart,
fire tongue vibrates for radiant eyes to take part
of dance who spin a yarn of savage amazons,
oh, my love, bare so much array of black swan.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 14, 2011

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