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Half Light

My eyes observe as half-light snaps across clear ice, Coldly skating to cast fresh grey and blue prisms, Spanning arcs so silver-shot and precise, Reflecting soothing shards into my dreaming visions. In such a diamond-spangled fusion of petrol fire Shimmer the multi-facets of your living soul, How you surrendered a world for love and desire, Reassembled in my flesh and made me whole. And when these half-light fragments seam my days, And all the waking seconds stream deliciously by, I swoon at you and for your brilliant ways And the love that fills my heart and my mind’s eye.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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