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innocense's immunitive discourse in intrepidation & the iron gate
by Donna L Quesinberry

Friday, November 28, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Descending Vorontsov, Bednaya Liza’s

sashes flickered rubenescent hues

and imperial prose, as Karamzin spent his

nights defiling her heirs. They latched a


cast iron gate, one time in finality. Gallicized

hands wandered about her narrow impasses

of mother's well-rubbed oily balmed olive

skin, and depth-ripened pores. The torrents


of flesh bleeding succulent fashioning[s] of

lavender and white ginger fetishes. She met

railroad tied and driven relentless shoulders.

Youth and reasonings. God's secrets and


living pontifications - his reassurances.

Her deepening wellsprings. She expended

Slavonic churches over passioned droplets
without wavering flags. His stoic uninvolvement.


Ruptures. In the end insignias rule the world.

And, her heart reascended a frozen Vorontsov.


(Copyright © Donna L. Quesinberry-2008)



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Reviewed by Michael Jones 6/22/2010
Donna, you took me to a place I never been in poetry. You make sex, eroticism, and the human body a wondrous venture only heighten by it conclusion! Peace!!!
Reviewed by Debra Baker 12/22/2008
Donna, I was blown away reading this gift of poetry. This is a keeper. Your writing is amazing. Both gifted and talented. I will continue to drop in an admire such poetry.
Reviewed by Donna Quesinberry 12/2/2008
Thank you Jude - I am working toward something with these images - you are correct - right now they are great lines looking for a new poem. Not certain where I'm heading with this grouping.
Reviewed by jude forese 12/1/2008
" flesh bleeding succulent fashioning of
lavender and white ginger fetishes."

great lines ... no "s" on fashioning ;)
Reviewed by Paul Judges 12/1/2008
Fine poem. Well done
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/30/2008
Powerful and compelling; thank you, Donna. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/29/2008
The sins of the fathers break the hearts of the sons and daughters but still life goes on and history records it. Well done Donna.

Reviewed by Gerard Gauthier 11/29/2008
Donna your tragic write throws us into a geopolitical time letting the laws of life and time color your terrific write...Love the pic
Reviewed by E T Waldron 11/29/2008
A time when things forbbiden were the only delight
and innocence was lost...esoteric poem beautifully penned!

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 11/29/2008
A beautiful painting in image and verse: well done, Donna.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
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