moonlightdancer's babble

Discussion in 'Poetry' started by moonlightdancer, Aug 31, 2005.

  1. moonlightdancer

    moonlightdancer Member

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    embryo in her womb
    product of love's insinuation
    planned yet unplanned
    talked about but unscripted

    sickness envelopes her
    emotionally and physically
    her ligaments stretch like
    strings on a violin left in the sun

    "where is my glow?", she asks

    woman and man separated
    by a being no larger than a marble

    they reach out their hand to each other,
    fingers like waving tendrils but cannot reach

    "where is our love?", they ask

    seasons change as new life springs forth
    the earth births life upon itself

    a crying child is placed into a new mother's arms
    with a glow upon her face,
    the man and woman look at each other
    and sigh, "ahhh"

    This poem was written about the experiences of two friends of mine. They have since given birth to a beautiful girl. They are blissful. The pregnancy was a trying time for both but I am happy to say that all is joyful.
  2. moonlightdancer

    moonlightdancer Member

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    exquisite pain
    happy dagger
    goddess of destruction

    all impressive
    growth in many forms
    grateful for immense loss
    grateful for all-encompassing excrutiating experience

    wonder and awe
    life at its most glorious
    pleasure amassed through the
    tangled web of life

    Oh, Shiva


    Let us all balance this heartbreak in the south with love and gratefulness
  3. peteyp

    peteyp Member

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    That would be a good poem for people who had experienced love and marriage and birth and whatnot.

    I havn't so I can't really understand that emotion yet, in a way I hope I never do. damn expensive.
  4. sylvanlightning

    sylvanlightning Prismatic Essence

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    Om Namo Shivaya Namah Aum

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