Painting: "Dialogue", by Margarida Cepeda
Poem in Lips of Tide
I will leave my poem to the other shore.
On this shore, of shells harbouring dreams
whispered under pearly roses
and with eyelids resting upon the cadence
of designs beaching the sand
in maps of waves akin
I simply let another poem write me
on the wharf of other eyes
with all my salt.
And he gathers me, that poem, upon the return of seaweed
and in loose hair which he clears away from my face
to recite us both
upon the lips of tide.
© 2005 Alexandra* ~ OneLight*® Authors & Creations
Dear friends, it's been a while since I've posted a poem. As you may have been reading in my Articles and Blogs, this month has been a busy one, with many things happening, and my creativity has been kept on a leash... LOL!... but it must be a very soft and flexible one, because sometimes a poem manages to escape and run - or flow, or fly, or sparkle - free! I hope that you will enjoy this one. Meanwhile, the day for at last sharing a surprise with you all is approaching fast. Keep checking on our website for news!
And above all else, be Happy! This is my heartfelt wish to you all, with endless
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|Reviewed by Leland Waldrip
|I drink the salt beach and echo you to the waves.
Wonderful work, Alexandra. [[[[[[[[[[hugs]]]]]]]]
|Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*®
|It's always such a privilege and pleasure to write you, minha Poema, especially when my hands are guided so lovingly by your own. And then you also write me and we forget whose hands are guiding ... it no longer matters as one heart takes over to recite Us. This poem was written with a feather quill.
Adoro te mais e mais,
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Another exceptional work of beauty from you Alexandra!
You are so busy, yet your creativity knows no bounds!
Lucky for us;-)
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Stunning work of art and wonderful accompanying graphic as well, look forward to your surprize with patience.
|Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie
|this is very beautiful, outstanding poetry,
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|sometimes a poem manages to escape and run - or flow, or fly, or sparkle - free!
And this one truly does all of those things, Alexandra. And we all await the big surprise!