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Abrading Poems

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Premium Member Facets To Fodder

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Diamond
invaluable, resplendent
shining, shimmering, scintillating
jewelry, gemstones, silica dioxide, blight
scratching, abrading, scarifying
commonplace, begrimed
Gravel
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~ 2nd Place ~  in the "Sparkling Diamonds" Poetry Contest, Joseph May, Judge & Sponsor.

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Categories: abrading, appreciation, beauty, earth, nature,
Form: Diamante



Would The Stream Return

The stream lost in tectonic turmoil
Arterial channel skeletal
A pebble poised on the brink
Petrified still
Unrolling inertia
Thwarted by the sands
Of static time
Patina of moist caress
Weathered in the strife
Of ossified life
Existential essence
The primordial building strands
Covered the inert facet
Layer by layer
Grew the malachite moss
Elemental...Read More
Categories: abrading, inspirational, life,
Form: Free verse
My Paramour
There is always a light, sometimes a tiny glimmer expanding 
Amongst the darkest forest as a fiery wheel of hope and desire 
It measures the life of many years of tasting moments so far and few 
The first full bite...Read More
Categories: abrading, i love you, lost love, love,
Form: Free verse
Cinders....
Cinders in my eye, looking at the sky, a tear running dry
Cinders on the road, they dump another load, to help me in the snow
Cinders on the ground, lying all around, high desert Oregon-bound
Cinders in my nose, abrading all my...Read More
Categories: abrading, natural disasters
Form: Free verse
Abrading Volley
Rainfall washing
Light splashes on windowpane…

Leaving nothing behind
No pattern or trace…

If only those tears
Anguishly wept for you…

Upon your deathbed
Had washed away…

Cleansing the pain
That even now abrades my spirit…
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Categories: abrading, angst, death, introspection, life,
Form: Elegy