Bliss Poem by barbara williams

Bliss

Rating: 5.0


by chance
they met again
after lives of passing stark divides
by choice
they released
their old existences in the wind
by happenstance
they realized
the lifetimes they'de gobbled and raped and soothed
thrown together
by a nameless divinity
they licked their wounds
and inhaled sweet gratitude
by morning
their souls were sewn
speechless they wrote ten books
and danced to silence
effortlessly gliding
side by side
they teetered
and gently stepped off
the earth

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Anthony Edmond John 12 August 2008

Hi Barbie... My dreamish Love...I love this piece... Cheers. Anthony Edmond John... +2348020984990

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Anthony Edmond John 12 August 2008

Hi Barbie... My dreamish Love...I love this piece... Cheers. Anthony Edmond John... +2348020984990

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Ron Flowers 11 August 2008

'And gently stepped off the earth' This is an outstanding poem. Ron

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Kye Kurion 19 April 2008

Such eloquence, you've wrote quite the poem.

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