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by Maher Nov 22, 2017
Love, romance /
Have you seen the waves that drip from the sky -
bound by the Earth and the faces of tides?
Or the clouds of storms in which you could swim,
where a hurricane's eye sleeps in the wind?
A sunset curses the falling of night;
hexed to return the taking of light
that the shooting star stole silently,
as she lit the heavens with silver tears.
One more pass 'round the ocean-clad Earth
to watch her love as he slowly turns
from the sting of the sun
to the calm of the moon;
it lasts not long
And as he turns, she draws ever real.
With every moment, she's breaking - still.
She closes her eyes, as does he his
to brace for the hurt of their first kiss.
by Courtney Hough
I've just discovered you and wish that i had sooner! This is amazing poem with some really good imagery and flow. Loved it.
Thank you, glad you enjoyed it :)
by Purvi Gadia
oh yes, I like this poem.
Thank you Purvi, glad you like it :)
all I can say is I'm glad it's nominated and as ever I was excite to see a new piece from you and I wasn't disappointed :) well done
Thanks Em, glad you enjoyed it :)
by Ben Pickard
Fabulous writing, Maher; glad to see it's nominated.
All the best as ever, good man,
Many thanks as always, Ben. I'm very glad you enjoyed it.
All the very best to you too, good Sir.
by Kitty Cat Lady
Beautiful and swoony Maher! Love it :-) x
Thanks Cat Ma'am, glad you like it :)
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