Tranquilized; Hypnotized Poem by james watkin

Tranquilized; Hypnotized

Midst a garden courtyard
Cloister, statues guard
'Neath what, lush and glossed, orange-hung
For peace lily drape

As stilled, who sits before
A pool. And a mirror!
Slenderest of warm hand's ripplings;
Breeze-borne. Mouth, agape!

Through whose sensual postures
And swooning gestures
Outlines of a turkish harem
Now start to take shape.

Thursday, September 22, 2022
Topic(s) of this poem: garden,vision
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james watkin

james watkin

Melbourne Australia
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