Vanita Allgood


Eyes Of Chittim - Poem by Vanita Allgood

Lovely eyes of Chittim in the Vale of Shiddim
Within each a need to reveal and a need to conceal
Because of the vulnerability we feel. As the wilderness, the desert, from the depths of the earth so is the heart in desolation, the
Vile poured forth but never in isolation.
From the cleft of the rock, from the secret places
Of the earth, the aura is shadowed from coming forth.
Troubled waters beneath your gaze images to unfold and
What mysteries to behold, where stones have rippled the haze.
The dews dropp upon the heart graced with jewels And chains of gold, was never made for any dart for the love that you gave,
Lovely eyes of Chittim in the Vale of Shiddim.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Chittim a wood known for its hardness the poem expresses this in the depression she feels and Shiddim is the dead of love that occurred.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 22, 2012


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