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I,ve unclosed

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I,ve unclosed

I,ve unclosed
                      (and
                                i
                                  will speak
                                                      slowly
                                                                   trees

steeply uncrooked breathing 'gainst 
the racing moon over the valley bending
swiftly thoughts of ungiant sprigs puckish
in the frailing summers wings

a wig of tender incandescent drops cavort 
in silent wetness on petals the)

a cadence of caving murdered light
seamless fluid winsome dusting upon
the unserious lips of night flexing effortlessly
by their touch, and flaccid, upon mine
i am drugged
   of lilywhite tubes; crumbs of hushed love
a draught of limpid steam.    i

laced and foamy the jaw distends

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  1. Date: 9/10/2010 9:50:00 AM

    What a beautiful day to sit and read poetry here at PoetrySoup. Please keep writing and sharing your poems with us. What a diverse group of poets we have here I am so happy you are one of us Patrick although sometimes I don't get the jest of some of your poems. Have a wonderful weekend filled with inspiration. Love, Carol