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Abydos Poems

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The Bridge at Abydos 2
                        VII
There never was an army quite like Xerxes’.
Hyrcanians, Medes, Egyptians, Syrians, Scyths –
soon, Greece would grovel...Read More
Categories: abydos, history,
Form: Rhyme



The Bridge at Abydos 1
                        I
There are two ways of being in this world,
the eagle and the serpent, sometimes called:
while one...Read More
Categories: abydos, history,
Form: Rhyme
Abydos - Opening Of the Tomb
Well I can see the golden Falcon of Edfu
circling Abydos tonight in the shadow of
a blue moon, I can feel the cool, cool desert
winds walking the three star path of the 
Jackal back to Giza again pulling my cape
up around...Read More
Categories: abydos, books, moon, sunshine,
Form: Free verse
Incarnation
I  have been here, the touch of the rose petals under my feet...The drink of lotus wine, adorned in white lien  and gold...   Behind the  veils , in the temples of Abydos  ... The...Read More
Categories: abydos, adventure, beautiful, deep, earth, growth, inspirational, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member HERO AND LEANDER - THE SURFACE FROM DEPTH
Leander loved Hero, who lived on the opposite side of the strait, and would swim to her each 
night, but was drowned in a tempest. Hero in despair cast herself into the sea.*

What body this    asea ...Read More
Categories: abydos, history, lost love, passiongod, god,
Form: Iambic Pentameter



To Tan A Ripper Hyde
As the receding 
nestles of dying
love 
in full bloom,
now 
sadly blown away.

The seasons of 
the massacreing 
tides of Autumn,
the soothing winds
of change,
now gently at bay.

As love's decree
of passion 
resides at chamber,
felt within the door.

To conjure a broom
for everyone to hold,
peasantry,...Read More
Categories: abydos, angst, confusion, introspection, philosophy,
Form: I do not know?