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Acceptingly Poems

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Premium Member The Essence Of Love
My veil falls to my feet
I am at my most vulnerable
yet I lose my shyness easily in front of you
as your eyes acceptingly savor me.
I am in awe
of my ease of presence
and of your hunger of my being
in spite of...Read More
Categories: acceptingly, death, freedom, goodbye, i love you, love,
Form: Free verse

The Song Has Been Sung
You say that you want me but I don't believe 
as I sit in your silence uncovering me 
over thinking that you would even seldom think   
my tumultuous waters were worth a small drink   
I'm busted and...Read More
Categories: acceptingly, introspection, self,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Memorial Day is Here Again
Memorial Day Is Here Again

I saw a wounded soldier’s baby
Smooth his stumpy leg, and
I know he cried tears inside his heart,
For his babe, but as babes will do,
She smiled acceptingly and hugged him round his neck,
She will always love him...Read More
Categories: acceptingly, appreciation,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Piscean Pull
Wow—is the word!
You are something most surprising
I can feel you boiling in my blood
Waiting, trusting in that torrent
Of psychic union and revelation

You lock eyes with me—
They are blue, love-stricken, wild
I am pleasantly frightened
And comforted all at once!
Somewhere in your stare
You...Read More
Categories: acceptingly, confusion, deep, desire, faith, fear, hope, water,
Form: Ode
Sorrow is my companion
As a shadow that follows me
Pushing the past into the front
Demanding that I finally see

Acceptingly I turn my attention
Call this exiled part of me home
Sitting together in silence
You will never again be alone

Finally, knowing you are welcome
I...Read More
Categories: acceptingly, growth, introspection,
Form: Quatrain

Death in the Afternoon
Outward swing saloon doors,
Hanging heavy in the midday sun
Where but fools or legends walk
Burnt and scarred,
World weary

The gecko sings

Slow, rhythmical, a slow heavy march
Whining in the din of midday silence

The dust stirs
In the saturated air
Storm’s coming

Out of barred doors
The free...Read More
Categories: acceptingly, cowboy-western, death,
Form: Free verse
I Dream of Dances
A dance I’ll steal from this night
And move slowly with the moon
Stars will shine upon my feet
I will create a waltz for each one.

My arms move slowly, entrancingly
Hypnotizing sleepy watching eyes
Light sprinkles on my face from above
My bare feet glide...Read More
Categories: acceptingly, animals, art, childhood, imagination, music, nature, peace,
Form: Narrative