The Multiplicity Of Moisture Poem by Kimberly Burnham

The Multiplicity Of Moisture

Rating: 5.0


smooth textured
elemental H two O
a pairing of
immeasurable
worth

fresh and cold
from the tap
differently
it beads up
on the skin
of a woman

the color of
deep blue eyes
red runs through her veins
salty white on
hot summer nights

nourishing
organic beets
steamy carrots
pouched eggs
quenching hunger

blending smooth
sweet pineapple
tangy Latin lime
a kick of garden garlic
soaring energy
drinks
the world in

a nervous swallow
a heart beat
pounding streams on
window panes
baffling sleep

a contrasting rainbow
sun light bursting
rains' prism
teary dew drops
the morning after

hot green tea
white mist rising
above blood red
porcelain lips
warming
a parched throat

love on moist skin
a trickle flowing,
growing
a thundering river
water falls
in love with her

Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: love and life,sensual,water
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This was written for the Hot Summer Nights 2013 Anthology from Inner Child Press and my girlfriend at the time.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Ratnakar Mandlik 18 May 2016

A contrasting rainbow Sunlight bursting rain's prism Teary dew drops the morning after. Amazing imagery and it's flight. Thanks for sharing.10 points.

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Kimberly Burnham 24 May 2016

Thank you Ratnakar

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