Unbound - Poem by Mary Lyle
Drowned - Heavily sunken - swallowed; murky water, dark and ominous.
Found - You; blossomed flower amongst desert sands.
From ground - Onto clouds set high, embracing sun's rays; white hot.
The sound - Your mouth, melodious vibration; sensation to my soul.
Tightly re-wound - Coiled snake, desire to strike flesh, slither around.
Crowned - If but Queen for a day, I knew you.
Unbound - Ceaseless abundance; adoration of you.
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