A TANGLE OF NIMBUS EMOTIONS

The day before Valentine’s Day Christopher and Benjamin started this poem.  Each new person added a few lines until a complete poem was created.  I love it and I hope you do too.  I am glad I got to participate and I am sorry it took me so long to post. 🙂


BeFunky_Af0sF2OS5S5gatqrKzVP_Silhoutte.jpgA Tangle of Nimbus Emotions

Written By
By Christopher Rupley, Benjamin Grossman, Hastywords, Lizzi R., Helena Hann-Basquiat, Jadedmess, Phen Weston, Marissa Bergen, Dana Glover, BruisedBelly, Kelly Lewis, August MacGregor, Johnny Ojanpera, DiAnne Ebejer and Audrey Dawn

Love is love
when the blood
dances to your heart
frolicking flippantly
with my tender emotions
right from the start

My love is a target
lined up in cross hairs,
goalposts ever moving,
nimbus-emotions brooding
catching me unawares,
we speak a foreign language
only we understand,
vulnerable feelings
handed over with trust,
remembered dalliances
unquenchably combust
with allure and healing

Love is the danger of the unknown
or the warm soft pillow
we rest our heads on at night,
love is the tender touch
erasing life’s bitter tears
and the kiss that forever sears,
love is fluid motion,
waves ever tumbling
toward passion’s shore,
swirling sensibilities
that beckon for more

Together,
we set out,
our sailboat follows the wind,
love is a tangle
of nothing simple
and still often
we write our love
on each-other’s hearts,
not caring if the word is misspelled,
yet clinging to the reaction
we’ve all sought to receive,
lover’s voyage,
lives and breathes

 

 

**If I don’t have a link and you find this poem please add your link in the comments so I can match it with your name 🙂

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