Tag Archives: Beauty

Autumn Delight

Autumn’s beauty Precious creature Golden red and brown sun-kissed foliage A goddess’ headpiece crowning the glory of the last gasps of colour before the chilly grey of winter descends Autumn’s perfection At the trembling moment before death, nature arises to … Continue reading

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One: Lust

  Strawberry delight I consume you All electric Unbidden and unconquerable Let me surrender To waves of pure energy You move inside of me Above and over me And I’m consuming you As you’re consuming me All over beauty In … Continue reading

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Frozen

Frozen moment I saw your face blistering the sky with your perfect smile Before you turned and disappeared Within this street of strangers not a trace of you who for one moment I loved then lost (c) Helen Valentina 2015, … Continue reading

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Moonlighting

Clever silver queen Flickering sublime The morning’s beckoning you away But you remain Hovering above You are another type of love Another type of love Moonlighting blooming sprite Ancient but still young A soft revolving dream To dance with stars … Continue reading

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Beauty

Age depletes the need for beauty We are freed from bitter longing which in youth defined our very being, standing lost before a mirror turning left and right for nature’s kinder sight to find the angles where the shadows and … Continue reading

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New Delights Falling

I can feel the sunlight falling Palpable as golden rays Heralding this dawn And I can taste the colours Like a symphony of flavour That mimics lyrical sound I am awash In perfect morning Senses fevered to new heights And … Continue reading

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Flowers of the Moon

My child we know the truth too soon These fragile flowers of the moon May only by the night-time bloom Within your sacred, cherished room By day the garish light of sun Will hide their beauty, every one And all … Continue reading

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Beautiful

It is so beautiful Colours streaming through My eyes are drawn To all the rainbows strewn Across the sky And along pavements run By children laughing In their search of fun It is so beautiful A butterfly is born In … Continue reading

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Touch

Reaching out Whispering wind The briefest moment Of touch Worlds are made And broken pieces Fall like starlight Star-dust Piercing morning Astral force Feel us tremble For touch Promises are made Scattered children Dance in the sunlight And trust (c) … Continue reading

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Moon Before the Sun for Prompt 77 Quotes by Oscar Wilde

  “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” Oscar Wilde I am drunk on you tonight Our reverie has strewn Faux crystals at our feet They glitter and they sparkle Up and … Continue reading

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