Randy Resh

Rookie - 346 Points (April,1967 / Toronto, Canada)

Fruit Of The Tree - Poem by Randy Resh

And there is this moment
of thousand petaled moments
brilliantly veiled obsidian sights

ageless of ether
impermeable aethers
breaching space splayed
petals' rude sand grain swayed

let us bite the pomegranate's pollinate
savour lush fruit blushing ripe pregnant night

let it lend us to stealing
gleefully squealing
lavishly laughing
ultraviolet's limelight

let us bite the pomegranate's pollinate
savour lush fruit blushing ripe pregnant night

let us sift unforgiving
bending the barring
sow resplendence
breathe musk sweet dusk bright

But there is this moment
of precious petaled moments
delicious viscous
audacious auspicious

so let us bathe in abandon
sublimest defiance
and fashion our fortunes
with dawning delights



Randy Resh 2012

Veux Magazine,2012


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 1, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, May 11, 2012


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