Thomas Foreman

Seraphic Rose

Poem by Thomas Foreman

My thoughts grow,
in complacent immanence
Frolic angels,
come to admire in renascence

A subtle prophets tear descends,
a transparent ground of past reckoning
Sinking innocently for the roots of a sapphire rose
Beautiful is this rose, with thorns that sparkle the colors
Of the promised covenant

A florescence seducing,
to sway in floral care
Sweetening swallows aspire
affectionate & fair
As feathers on a breeze,
in a lovers amatory compare

Misty fogs dropp keenly to the valley, flowing in sleek curves just as the rising of thickening smoke on Random-select patterns.

So complete & knowingly open

The mountains spew,
a fluidity of night-blue rubies
Creating crystal streams,
in deepening desire
Glassy mountains,
embrace in metallic luster
Persuading dawns light,
to dance aimlessly & ever!

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 19, 2004

Poem Edited: Sunday, August 7, 2011