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Infused :: Inspired by and Infused to Love

My first 250 poems are all about various themes that have touched me.


73 Us not Them

Me telling the tale of a couple - "Rebirth they found together, a baptism in holy rivers - Fair they made this world showing God's work amidst the diverse".

Rhyme Scheme: Consecutive

Blank was his face when she said it was done they were free
A moment later it lit up, erupting, hit thoughts carefree
Love me forever she said, forever be mine
Surely I shall my heart henceforth beateth alongst thine

Satisfaction shall be the cornerstone of our covenant of love
You me, me you, together always us two a spell we weave
Thunder and lightning lit their lives up their hearts entwined
A moment of glee their joyous and glowing faces enshrined

Poise he had long striven for and finally found it at her side
A woman he could love into eternity embrace with arms wide
Serene her face as he kissed her as I blessed this couple
A very special couple with much to encompass in their little bubble

Oblivion had lifted, each moment filled again with new purpose
A strand of hair here, a caress there firm and steady as a tortoise
Surrender she had to a newfound sense of her maker
For now her whole nature had undergone a sense of divine splendour

Addicted no more they were to anything except each other
An intoxicant like nothing before had ever gripped him or her
Rebirth they found together, a baptism in holy rivers
Fair they made this world showing God's work amidst the diverse


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On Rape (not the excessively brutal kind). After we are done judging each other, gouging the others eye out and breaking their spirit, there I stand, waiting with loving arms to embrace all of humanity. As Rumi said... Beyond the rightness and wrongness of things...

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74 Promise →

Am slowly getting used to writing with words from other people. "Passion drives us - it's what makes the journey worth the while... Belief in oneself, trusting the outcome - even when we stumble".