From Space to Drop

Soaring to the height, then stabilizing

Floating above, looking down.

Bliss.

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He touches that part of me

That has been so long hidden

Blush.

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Encircling, and then the descent

Hours to come down, return to myself.

Blah.

knees

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7 thoughts on “From Space to Drop

  1. I’m trying to expand my poetic horizons — inspired by you, among others, Jen. I need to learn more about proper form, my lessons at school regarding iambic pentameter and what constitutes a sonnet notwithstanding, I don’t know a lot. 😀

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  2. How wonderful to have provided some inspiration!

    From what I’ve seen here you have a beautiful sense of poetic form ‘proper’ or not!

    Have you seen this site?

    http://www.shadowpoetry.com

    So many forms to choose from – to tinker with until you find the right fit. Maybe this would help?

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