Tsani Jones

Rookie (May 17,1970 / Atlanta, Georgia, United States)

Tsani Jones Poems

81. Premonition 7/23/2007
82. Trident 7/23/2007
83. Rain Foolosophy 7/23/2007
84. Drama And Everything After 7/23/2007
85. Wander 8/4/2007
86. Dirge 8/4/2007
87. Temple Curtain 8/4/2007
88. White 9/4/2007
89. Slaughter Of Epictetus 9/4/2007
90. Gutter Photography 9/4/2007
91. A Time To Plant 9/5/2007
92. Songs Of Trees 9/8/2007
93. Concrete 9/10/2007
94. Sleeping Beauty 9/10/2007
95. Raspberry 6/14/2008
96. Caviar Screams 6/14/2008
97. Alcyone 6/17/2008
98. Love Life 6/23/2008
99. Candles 8/10/2006
100. Je Persiste 2/28/2006
101. Illumination 3/1/2006
102. Her Cloud 3/2/2006
103. Her Glass Was Full... 3/3/2006
104. The Waiting Game 3/5/2006
105. Sunlight 3/5/2006
106. Question 11/18/2006
107. Mathematika 11/18/2006
108. Pulse 11/18/2006
109. Exemptions 11/24/2006
110. Call For Fire 11/24/2006
111. Wagering 7/23/2007
112. Kundalini 7/23/2007
113. The Heart's Vortex 7/23/2007
114. A Day Of Her Worship In Majorca 2/28/2006
115. Flight Of The Nereid 7/13/2006
116. Choice Of The Serpent God 4/16/2006
117. Claddagh 4/7/2006
118. Circles 3/29/2006
119. Walking Down A Dirt Road 7/23/2007
120. My Dream Of Paradise 5/3/2006

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Ambrosia

It was the taste
Of salt water on those
Soft pillow lips that reminded
Him of making love to her on the beach...

Under the stars
A glowing tapestry
Of god's chiristmas lights
Sparkling, every day a new holiday to celebrate.

Through his love-stained goggles
It was not mere illumination,
But a heavenly candy store
Of divine sugar crystal.

And he adored her.

A smell of lavender
Coupled with the flower
Of her womanhood
Mixed into a floral shop
Designed by Nature.

Her hair was as the
Flames of Troy burning,
As the ...

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Le Sauveur De Mon Coeur

She moves through the shadows,
A force unknown.
Her eyes layers of energy
Holding the keys that fit a
Complicated lock of bound passion.

Even in slumber she travels
To the place that none dare
Enter, that sacred room

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