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Zvaella Deiventart
Zvaella Deiventart

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43 Comments on “Published

  1. “Hearing you beneath my shoe”–nailed it! Wonderful sensory images.

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  2. “If my wet mouth
    Quenched you
    I would kiss you
    With sugar saliva
    Until your skin revives”

    Gorgeous.

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  3. As the others said, superb poem. I adore these lines:

    “I stepped cautiously

    Hearing you beneath

    My shoe, upon your spine

    I searched for strength…”

    Brilliant imagery!

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  4. Never disappointed in your creativity. This is am autumn gem 🙂

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  5. This is absolutely superb. I’ve read it again and again… wonderful words, intense imagery, visceral visions. Can’t click like often enough for this one.

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  6. Loved this one Elan. For you, my own inadequate comments on an “ugly fall”, written while living in Kentucky: “Every now and then the wind brings to the Daniel Boonery – the patch of remnant forest that guards the hill – a foretaste of what’s to come and its trees respond with a collective shudder, shedding worn fragments of summer’s glory in showers of brown and ochre, grave clothes for the butterflies that just a few short weeks ago danced in their hundreds over our hillside medder.”

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  7. Fall Fell Haiku
    by atrmws

    Fall fell, hurt its knee
    From golden leaves made plasters
    Fast it was to heal

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  8. I too especially liked these lines: I stepped cautiously

    Hearing you beneath

    My shoe, upon your spine
    …Thanks for following me today. I am so glad your ‘follow’ led me to find you. I am already a fan of your poetry.

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  9. Tasty & So very sweet!
    Also, thanks for visiting my blog and liking “My Mountain of Imagination” post. I really appreciate it.

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