daubmir nadir

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Ends With A Kiss - Poem by daubmir nadir

Transience is so immense,
We pass in a flurry of being,
A beautiful moment
In all its suddenness,
Arising in love, or enchanted
In the contraction of work.

And you I possess, however time may
Wear you away.
From I to you
Goes the command
Of infinite space to be assumed
In a single radiating emotion.

Every terrifying angel
Invokes the deadly birds of your soul
Disguising essence made of ecstasy,
Scooping up the finery of beauty
In streams from your upturned face
And gathering it back into themselves.

But I, moved by deep feeling, evaporate
In the mist of want,
And breathe myself out and away
Incapable of retaining your heart,
Splinters of sorrow
Perforating my basic reality.

You’ve entered my bloodstream,
Lover untenable,
The whole springtime
Perfumed with your jasmine flesh
Dissolving my senses in its taste.
Do angels really absorb the tension of love?

So you promise eternity,
From the embrace to the moment of kiss,
At each other's mouth and your lips on mine,
Osculating delight in astonished attachment
To touch one another this potently,
The gods involved in the excess.

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  • (4/30/2006 11:49:00 AM)

    this is the most beautiful poem, in my opinion ever........you are truly an amazing poet, , , , , , , , , , , , I am at a loss for words and some day aspire to have words that flow such as this............thank you for sharing this lovely poem. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 28, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, April 28, 2006

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