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Emotional Bounty
by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
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Emotional Bounty
Your heart whispered within quietude,
subtle emotions upon slumbering dreams.
Succumbing to eternality’s presence,
I lay motionless within my own restful stillness.
Searching the endless shores of your love;
This offering of completion’s beauty approaches me;
An auroral glory of new hope emanating
upon the infinite tide of promising shorelines…
I feel rested within this newfound elevation;
Empowered to expressions surf and tides;
Drifting further into your semblance of affinity;
I inhale the absolving essence of your purifications…
Your gentleness caressing my thoughts with love,
I see sand hill cranes flying by my untouched memories;
Roving the ethereal heavens with sea gulls at bayside…
Calling to the core of my soul this credence;
I look over my bare shoulder at wisdom’s gifts.
And it is then that I see your beauty coloring my world.
Each colorant hue an empyrean delicacy from grace;
Exploring me with the aura of your divine purity;
The buoyant waters caress my footsteps lain…
With delectations of harmony and tranquil peace,
I then gingerly kneel, submersed; to catch some starfish.
As I embrace the nearness of your eminent strength,
I open my surrendering arms to behold this perfect moment.
These deep waters cleansing our beatific souls…
Then I looked silently once more; into the stillness of myself.
And thoughts rise about the paths we all must pave.
Was it I that made footprints to your sanctitude?
Or did you dive into the sea of me?
Who came to whose impassionate dream?
Was freedom really surrounding the gates of my soul?
I then felt weightless within this luxuriant emotional bounty,
as I swim inside your treasuring ocean filled by sapphire’s jewels.
Your calming reef of love’s expression saturating my heart
with soothing balms; rinses my wounds,
and I feel purified…
 My soul is now forever cleansed upon the timelessness
of your beautiful ample soul,
and I wake this morning…to wonder…was it really just a dream…
(Written: November 9th, 2009 6:12 a/m)
In Joy, In Peace, In Grace, In Harmony of Love
Embraced ~ Embrassé
poétesse d'amour ~ poétesse romantique
Copyright© 2009 Poetess Victoria L. McColley








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Reviewed by David cox 11/12/2009
simply beautiful words that take us journey of soul expression .
and what a beautiful photo i realy love your work.

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 11/12/2009
Mystic and beautiful
Reviewed by Jon Willey 11/12/2009
Vickie, romance waltzes with your eloquent verbiage -- you reached deeply into your soul for this expression of love -- where the "soothing balms" reach out to purify -- another story of love conveyed with passion -- peace and love my friend -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 11/11/2009
The images that you convey make my heart and soul feel such an incredible warmth. Thank you for lightening my being.

God bless you. Kathy
Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/11/2009
No dream if the heart feels and the soul lifts and the mind remembers is love and the promise of completion.
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 11/11/2009
Victoria, as Steve suggests, it is easy sometimes to lose oneself
in your language. But then..."I lay motionless within my own restful stillness." Have I ever told you that you have incredible eyes?

Reviewed by richard cederberg 11/11/2009
Interesting questions in the sixth stanza.
One should probably view life in context to
seasons. Spring and summer offer the plant
what it needs to thrive and grow. As fall approaches
the once clearly delineated life, the blossoms,
all that makes it beautiful, lessens to prepare
it for a sleep that will allow it to be reborn.

Perhaps we try to hold onto things to tightly that were never meant to be held. Perhaps spreading wings together and flying to places of freedom would allow the kind of growth to flourish that is yearned for. Your choice of phraseology is uniquely you. Never change! Your love of words are part of your distinct charm.
blessings ...
Reviewed by steve Chering 11/11/2009
It's fine. I feel it's a little over done in the 'big blinding word' department.
As this can often lose the main theme. I think the simplest way is to say I do honestly like it. But because of its sheer collection of astounding words it falls away for me.

Of course I'm only one opinion.
But keep writing.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 11/11/2009
"...I looked silently once more; into the stillness of myself..." and what you saw but "..a luxuriant emotional bounty..." and then the reader thought, "maybe it was me making you to feel that way" closing eyes and entering the realms of a soft dream.


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