Love And The Crystal Poem by Angus Wyman Macdonald

Love And The Crystal

Rating: 5.0


At that young time
her body was for me
more than temple and refuge
it was the intensity of all experience
so as to awaken my very existence

So erotic
the line from collarbone to nipple
even if only imagined
was gentle enough to focus
all of body and spirit on our shared present

At the same time
heart in my throat
terrified of a 'no'
and its impossibility
unreconciled with love's reality

Now sounds of the Southern Railroad
glide up from the valley
on cool and brittle air
icy clear and transparent
a dream suspended in amber

Friday, June 16, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: love
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Chinedu Dike 16 June 2017

Beautiful rendition of words, romantic and very passionate. A lovely piece elegantly brought forth from the heart with conviction. Thanks for sharing Angus.

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