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A Mother's Love

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A Mother's Love

A Mother’s Love

Encased in a lovely embryonic slime 
A diamond, Parasol seventeen eighty nine 
Refracting and reflecting all of the woe,
That you wish to throw

Entombing me ever with you corporal presence 
Snuffing the embers before the fire makes sense 
Oxygen less space where the world cannot burn,
It comes with the turn

A poisonous love that was roll’d on with rage
Deep Iodine red and dripping unscathed
When the burning reality eats me up whole,
 The toxic takes a toll.

Successfully regurgitated fully intact
Pain cannot break a blood bond contract
The horrible void could not me digest,
Malnourished incest.

I sit on a stool built high with love
Watching the world die from above
I would not suffer all she endured
The world would not touch me 
the way it did her

I can’t feel a thing.

Copyright © Joesephine Remarnier

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  1. Date: 12/15/2010 4:52:00 AM
    Thank you for sharing your heart with us through your poetry here at PoetrySoup Joesephine. My time for reading and commenting will be short until after the New Year. So, today I send a wish from my house to yours. Have a Joyous Holiday and a Happy New Year. Please remember the sick and hungry in your prayers daily. Do all you can to help in anyway you can. Love and blessing, Carol and Family (Your smile can warm a heart)