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Cpat Hair
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0 posted 03-15-2002 04:12 PM       View Profile for Cpat Hair   Email Cpat Hair   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Cpat Hair

Soul

Coalescing
Crescendos
   ceaseless
     wonder

I have stood on seashore
watching line of wave
overtake the sand in drench
lapping recedings following
tide to be pushed higher with
each waxing moon

ecstatic touch
this meeting fluid
leaves ears filled with rhythm
and eyes staring in filled awe

Slide over me
that I might like sand
  be moved in the wet of you
   then blown on wind to lie
    until the moon again visits the tide

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*soft sigh*

~Tier
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This is so nice and it is deep Cpat, I like how you worked the beach and water into the human side of the poem. very nice. floria

Floria

"Alas for those that never sing,
But die with all their music in them"
(Oliver Wendell Holmes)

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ecstatic touch
this meeting fluid
leaves ears filled with rhythm
and eyes staring in filled awe

I've stood on this same seashore.  It is a breathtaking view.
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Mmmmm, I like it.

Nan

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My My My.... This is to cooooool
Connie
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Slide over me
that I might like sand
  be moved in the wet of you
   then blown on wind to lie
    until the moon again visits the tide


Now..I would love to feel this again *s

M
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ecstatic touch
this meeting fluid
leaves ears filled with rhythm
and eyes staring in filled awe

Slide over me
that I might like sand
  be moved in the wet of you
   then blown on wind to lie
    until the moon again visits the tide
===========================================


I've said it before....
You dont play fair Capt.
keeping this one

You never knew what I loved in you,
I dont know what you loved in me ...
Maybe the picture of somebody you were hoping I might be.

Jackson Browne

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Cpat

You touch such a sensual cord with this..makes the view magic.  Wonderfully done, as is your custom.
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Whoa.....
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with you


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I am SO keeping this one!!!!
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very romantic ron... nicely done

          ~Victoria
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The Shores of Alone


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THIS is how I want to write.
This is my favorite yet.
Sandra
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Just giving myself something to cling on to...

phhhhhhhfffffffffffttttttttt.

"if you won't let me fall for you
then you won't see the best that I would love to do for you"
~Dido~

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I have stood on seashore
watching line of wave
overtake the sand in drench
lapping recedings following
tide to be pushed higher with
each waxing moon

ecstatic touch
this meeting fluid
leaves ears filled with rhythm
and eyes staring in filled awe

Slide over me
that I might like sand
  be moved in the wet of you
   then blown on wind to lie
    until the moon again visits the tide


==================================

Im so glad Susan brought this one back up....
it's in my library..as are SO many of yours...
You posted this before my trip to VA and now,
reading the words after having been tide taken...they are even more stunning, and leave the moth aching to write like this.

wanna teach the moth-grasshopper how oh gifted sensi?

When you and that muse of yours come off strike *S*...maybe you and the moth can try another duet? You always could inspire me to write even when I thought there was no poetry left in me...
just ask Jake

You're the color of the sky reflected in each store-front window pane ...
You're the whispering and the sighing of my tires in the rain.

J. Browne

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Slide over me
that I might like sand
  be moved in the wet of you
   then blown on wind to lie
    until the moon again visits the tide
 
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