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Absinthian Poems

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Premium Member Reverie Of Wonder
"In the absence of complication,
     trials and tribulations become distant memories.
          Above sapphire skies delight sanguine eyes -
     inspiring forthcoming musings of the...Read More
Categories: absinthian, appreciation, life, love, nature, wisdom,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Mother Gaia
You pour through my soul
Absinthian elixir
My Mother Gaia.

Sunsets of Ruby,
Elysian fields, golden;
Amethyst mountains.

I taste Bing cherry
Concord Grape fermentation
Tangerine orange.

I drink heartily
I pray for supplication
Needing sustenance.
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Categories: absinthian, appreciation, earth, environment, nature, spiritual, uplifting,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Muse In Space
They say in space, no one can hear screams; 
so I go there in sleep just to scream.

OBE’s are one beautiful escape; 
muse must release to create and 
she has a lifetime to scream about.

On Mars, is a pyramid temple,...Read More
Categories: absinthian, imagination, muse, space, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Soliloquy and Silhouette

Soliloquy and silhouette, a lively dance,
A sideways glance, such dalliance of form.

In Verona, this jester must be serious. Stance -
Shoulders back, feet set, just right. The storm -

Soliloquy and silhouette, in perfect pirouette.
A swordfight ensues, a riveting Capulet...Read More
Categories: absinthian, hate, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Drowning in Jezebel's Absinthian Beauty
From the anise do I awaken.
Molten sugar dribbles into my veins;
O languor! My mind’s overtaken—.
The green fairy has me forsaken in pain;
a siren, she beckons me to her shore:
her green eyes incense my intemperance! 
Saffron locks graze my skin in...Read More
Categories: absinthian, corruption, lust, metaphor, woman,
Form: Sonnet

stormy raindrops enlightened by an absinthian glow

How much, how far you have seen, to bring about so much bliss

kings and prophets have led you to Cairo

Two moons embrace my  fallen kiss

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Categories: absinthian, love,
Form: I do not know?
Poem I
Bitter as wormwood or Turkish coffee,
absinthian abandon;
this passion stings and burns.
Cheeks blaze with the scarlet sign and stigma
and your teeth leave their signature on my hips.
Prudence we shed like the ash
tapped off my cigarette with trembling fingertips.
This bed is an...Read More
Categories: absinthian, love, passion,
Form: Free verse