Exist.

nude into the enraptured 

forbidden sea, behalf the whisper,

its madness in autumn at its wake,

unknown into the burial of yellow roses,

in the tears of ghostly sands,

tossing from forgotten sea light

silhouetted against torn anamnesis

these shadows of our time,

in etiolated remembrance,

our memories are hidden.

the sanctity of blood

that beneath we cut

the waterfall—parallels the blue bluster—

like the blackened, filigree guitar

pouring from the sunlight sonata

dreamed the appareled death.

sense of brambles, eaten hysteria

through every forgotten fallen hour

that blinds us so light like a lover,

but it will be forgotten in the star-thrush

through the valley of winter’s emblem of poetry.

the open sea of flowers

earth wanes from its breast

emerges permanent existence

tracing dreams, cold,

as the trees are defenseless

and darkness ends,

we can emerge

again

glided through the cities

alone or together again

at least one day.

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22 replies

  1. city on fire
    the pact
    to conspire
    nacre
    to lucre

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  2. It’s a raw , organic verse. 👏

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  3. It is beautifully written 🙂

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  4. A beautiful journey in poetry! Thank you for sharing 🙂

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  5. I keep rereading this, Lucy. You create the most beautiful and artful experiences through your words. I love this one!

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  6. This is beautifully written Lucy! I enjoyed reading it!
    Btw I too blog @ The Confessions Of A Music And Book Addict and would appreciate some support!
    Stay safe
    -Prutha xoxo

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  7. Dear Lucy. The below words could stand alone.
    “nude into the enraptured
    forbidden sea, behalf the whisper,
    its madness in autumn at its wake,
    unknown into the burial of yellow roses,
    in the tears of ghostly sands,
    tossing from forgotten sea light
    silhouetted against torn anamnesis”
    I like these words.

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