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A Jade Hieroglyphic
by Aberjhani
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The silk-bound book of your journey

fell smoking upon the table of my heart.

Just like that.

 

The jigsaw puzzle of my yearnings for you

tattooed a jade hieroglyphic upon your breast.

 

Just like that.

 

What am I doing

wandering naked through the forest

of your illuminated pages,

blood-wrestling with angels

and shadow-dancing with demons?

 

Why is your heart nailing portraits of sorrow

against the crystal walls of my soul?

 

All decked out in the myth of Shebaís beauty

and sporting the crown

of your lifeís splendid unfoldment

you drink the champagne of creation

like an empress reborn to her throne.

 

Why is my soul chiseling statues of tears

inside the secret valleys of your smile?

 

Just like that: blind drunk on the wine of your eyes.

 

Just like that: torched by the sizzle of love without disguise.

 

Just like that: an epic and a vision locked inside heavenís command.

 

Aberjhani

© 8/28/2005

 
 
 

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Reviewed by Divinity 11
I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!and i drink of creation quite often, although the return to my throne has been a long journey, fighting and clawing my way in the dark at times....


:)
Gypsie
Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi
Grand and impressive. There is a mystical world in this poem that corresponds to my own. A work that breathes words of perfection.
Reviewed by The Smoking Poet
Just like that: transported by your words once again.
Reviewed by Paul Williams
A truly stunning piece of romantic, rhythmic vision, simply superb.

Paul;-)
Reviewed by jude forese
excellent title and beautiful poem ...
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci
Aberjhani,

Whoa! This is freak'n stunning! LOVE the title and this line:
"Why is your heart nailing portraits of sorrow
against the crystal walls of my soul?"

This, is a truly kick-ass poem! I am very happy I took some down time from the grind and stopped in tonight!

Reviewed by Dale Clark
A profound and beautiful piece.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
A beauty!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie
Wow. Loved this, beautifully written and so very romantic, just outstanding.

Reindeer
Reviewed by Peter Gardner
Beautiful command of language here. The combination of mystical, sexual, and passionate love in this poem transcend reality and bring the reader directly to paradise through pain. You are truly perfecting your art. Peace, Peter

Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
Aberjhani,
I think I got to the first, 'Just like that' before I realized I needed to start over and catch my breath. It was there when the impact of your words took my breath away. I knew from that point on, I was in for quite the treat.
I was. And I enjoyed every bite.
Amazing write.

Lisa
Reviewed by Joyce Hale
A stunning write, Aberjhani, with words that conjure pictures in the mind that are delicious and romantic - Just like that!! Well-done!! Peace. Joyce
Reviewed by Nordette Adams
After careful analysis of this lovely poem, its mix of beautiful, unique poetic language with the simple phrase "just like that," and its list of intriguing questions that indicate the speaker's confusion, I have determined that aside from the obvious (you have a standard Aberjhani wonder), this piece boils down to one phrase: "blind drunk." Romantic love is blind and while in it you're as irrational as the town drunk. Put some clothes on, people, and stop stumbling through the forest naked. Or is this poem about something else? Words can be so tricky. :-) I am curious about the word "jade." The word can have anything from spiritual connotations to implications of an adulterous woman. The latter would explain why the speaker doesn't just go to his love and stop asking so many questions. But then that would make "A Jade Hieroglyphic" = "The Scarlet Letter" Certainly, your poem offers food for thought. I have to ask is this from your novel?
Reviewed by Biri Amante (Reader)
A poem within a poem...of passionate love.
Reviewed by L. Figgins
I sat here speechless, dumbstruck at the beauty of this passionate write, reading it over and over again. Exquisite!
Reviewed by Jane Rodway
The "just like that" really makes this poem- it makes the lines shout. Like this alot.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
EdK said it! Reminds me of the classic "Casablanca" moves, only unique as a Moroccan box of tricks! As usual, lines, concepts and imagery to die for - especially like in this instance: "Why is my soul chiseling statues of tears inside the secret valleys of your smile?"... this melts me like an ice sculpture, Aberjhani! A most wonderful romantic journey which I look forward to seeing continued... TY LOL Kate xx
Reviewed by Richard Christopher Suarez

WOO! Aberjhani,
this is a masterpiece!You've enabled the reader to capture the
essense of your feeling! With Real Wisdom You Presented a perfect
balance of Your Heart and it's desire is pure and Phenomenal!
Exceptional Talent's Light Shines with Powerful Intensity!
May all Holy Blessings find YOU continually!
peace',
Rich Criso Suarez
Reviewed by Sherry Heim
It seems as though you have been waiting patiently for her for a very long time. She stepped forward and your heart recognized its mate by the echo of the sound of its rhythm beating in harmony with hers. Such blessings rain upon those who recognize the one who is the extension of self. Eloquent poetry, Aberjhani, with a message that pulses eternal within each of us.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU

The contents of this composition shine. It is a magnificent piece, which can enrich the Major Art if a proper revision is applied.

I enjoyed the reading of "A Jade Hieroglyphic".


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Your awesome word painting projects images upon the mind as superb as any master painting.Can there truly be a goddess who deserves such adoration? If so, fortunate is she to have met your pen;-)

Joy and Peace,
Eileen
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Stunning metaphors.
That's the best way for love to happen..
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Just like that: blind drunk on the wine of your eyes.
Just like that: torched by the sizzle of love without disguise.
Just like that: an epic and a vision locked inside heavenís command.

It's amazing how love can happen - just like that; and this is quite a poem.

Reviewed by Kate Clifford
A fantastic orginal write!
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