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Tiin II. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Leo Angelo Tiin II
That day I felt thy words of such pursed lips
Heeding to your thin voice let it persist
As we walk down the road of emptiness,
Footprints by us, kept still under the heat.
At the time the sun submerged on the sea,
In each mouth of ours tonight, enunciate
Syllables of heavy hope, I then breathe
Let your silence leave, in this hour of strife.
Sooner each bodies be unmasked to day,
That candid beauty sever cursory
Thy honeyed words despise beyond delight
My mouth pursed, fenced with sob, finding thy scent.
Thy demure eyes of love confess, awake
The words I will retrace eternally.