Monday, January 13, 2020

(again)



you 
are the opaline clouds
salty foam from the roar of the ocean waves
beating my wild moon heart

and if i have to choose 
you (again)

i'll embrace your dewdrops
absorb your words as rain
and brush your ash over my singed skin 



Posted for dVerse Poets Pub - Quadrille, hosted by De Jackson.  This is a 44 word post with the chose word, ROAR.   Thanks for the visit. 

21 comments:

  1. Ohhhhhhh, MY. That first stanza. Swooning over that "wild moon heart," as I have one, also.

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  2. Love the thought of this happening again... like waves coming back over and over.

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  3. A second chance, nicely penned
    Happy Monday

    Much✏love

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  4. I love the echo of ‘(again)’ in the title and the poem, Grace, and the romantic beauty in ‘beating my wild moon heart’. I especially enjoyed the final stanza.

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  5. Love the title in parenthesis....almost like a voice within the parameters of a mountain canyon, shouting out the word....and then it echoes exactly the same back at the reader within the body of the poem. The parentheses make it really seem like an echo. And to use the word "again" which is what an echo does...well done!
    Plus romance too!

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  6. there is a global feel to your poem even in its intimacy. you're taking all in, through time. profound poem

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  7. Oh to love (again)! This is beautifully written.

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  8. A return again and again. Can't be beat.

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  9. I like the description of words as rain to be absorbed.

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  10. I do love the wild moon heart, I think I have one of those, as well. I finally saw the moon this morning on my way to work.(sigh) It had been hiding for the last two nights.

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  11. Aah! The only thing that can make you crazy, yet you'd do it all over again. Fitting title.

    Pat

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  12. I just love, "absorb your words as rain"
    Nice!

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  13. Oh my! I love everything about this poem!
    This may be my favorite of yours.

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  14. I love "beating my wild moon heart".

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  15. Grace you are wonderful. I found a mild eroticism in this writing and am glad for it!

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