Jon Blanes

Rookie (04-10-66 / London)

Soul Beloved - Poem by Jon Blanes

Soul beloved
you shook my heart
like the mountain wind
in the solitary trees.
You breathed me in
and exhaled me
like a river mist
wet with dew.
Your beauty
was so much,
I fell into desire
like the cherry blossom
in the fold of spring;
this now, this now.
I do not wound you
with my longing desire
that remembers you.
But the dark, dark night
bears down on me
like a harsh, silent pain.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 9, 2010


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