* David Poem by Adryan Barnathan

* David

Rating: 2.9
 


Your name still echoes
in stars-
gems, cool against
inky blackness
where space looks at earth
and earth peers back at me
inside your binary planets
blue as frost, melting me
to an overture of mossy sodden
stones, drenched
in tune to our winter stream
while hickory breaths
steal away our silence
filling lungs deep into
our hearts
merging warmth
as we break our
stony crosses
and love so wholly
in the freshness of
our youth.


(For D.H., Wilkinsonville, Mass.; ''Qualm'')


Copyright ©2004

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Kelly Allen Vinal 10 December 2004

Lush and full. Nice work!

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Amberlee Carter 12 January 2005

ok, you're the first poet I've come across on this site that's really left me dumbfounded. Your work has a timeless air to it...compelling and beautiful, you will be hearing from me again. Always, Amberlee

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Theodora Onken 25 January 2005

You write most eloquently. I am so glad, that i found this and read it. I most certainly plan on reading many more. Warmly, Theodora Onken

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Raynette Eitel 23 June 2005

This is what a poem should be...unusual, rich imagery, little pieces of a poet's soul, and an ending where the reader says with a voice choked in emotion, 'Oh YES! ' Raynette

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Rene Bennett 21 July 2005

This was writen with such beautiful imagery! I am looking forward to reading more of your work! Rene'

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Elena Sandu 08 July 2010

I really love this poem and love the name too.

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A, this is superb. You have a fine way with words. This had me dreaming.

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Duncan Wyllie 24 March 2006

This takes me back to warm and cherished moments of my youth.Thankyou for sharing such fine words.Love Duncan

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Uriah Hamilton 24 February 2006

Damselfly, you are a beautiful poet and you make me think of the greatest of all poets, David! ! !

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David Darbyshire 14 November 2005

I thought this might have been about me......I think it is a very nice poem..lots of twist's...nice david

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