karen sinclair

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The Kiss.... Cyber - Poem by karen sinclair

Earth bound
Eyes gaze  down from the relish of cyber heavens
Via cornflower blue dandelions blown breezeful
Sit the gods which dicipher
Just how beautiful
< br>There's a purity in
You two's ghostlike forms dancing as
Flow blown brush by jealous winds
Translusent you stand
(Whilst chorused angels sing!)
Naked embraced by thy sensual shapes gyrating
Eyes half mast
Entwined in the moment
As it is your moment
To rejoice....
For you strike Davids illusive chord
Of love....

Your hand cups her face
There are no chide frowns
For that delicate flower
As she searches your soul


Just two gold encrusted crowns
Thrust in the throws of a passionate wind
King and queen of this domain
As all the Heralds

We do not wish a final'e
As the fanfare gives such a refreshing air
Opposed to our own reality
So we may escape momentarily
Two lovers
Cyber kiss....

Poet's Notes about The Poem

The beauty of observing cyber love opening as delicate flowers right before ones eyes
Based on that impeccable  Rodin sculpture the kiss
I see the lovers here as  that form with (as Rodin did) slightly enlarged hands to essencuate the place of contact

How could something so fleshy real and delicately harmonious be created in stone

Same like love via cyber created by primarily by the mind
Nothing real to touch.  Yet touchingly real x

Comments about The Kiss.... Cyber by karen sinclair

  • Khairul Ahsan (9/30/2013 3:38:00 AM)

    Nothing real to touch. Yet touchingly real x
    So wonderful!
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  • (9/29/2013 8:03:00 AM)

    The essence of your idea is beautifully told in this poem. As a sculpture is a frozen essence so too are strangers without intimacy of presence. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 28, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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