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Sinless Spring

Poetry By: Heather Mirassou

A poem inspired by Emily Bronte!

Submitted:Jun 24, 2010    Reads: 164    Comments: 4    Likes: 1   

It is dull and barren
A Melancholy, listless day
Nature had sent the sinless spring
Into momentary silence, as if to shame
There are millions of nature's mysteries
That I do not understand nor lay claim
The harsh now billowing west wind's eyes
Engulf white-tipped frothy waves and collide
The midnight storm showers and lightning did mate
The fresh rain melts lavender petals in my wake
I was entranced by its walls of gloom, dark and dim
Manhood beats gallantly finally ridden of their sin
Childhood eternal biding silently
The lovely lulling sea almost swept me away
If not for the hypnotizing dance of the sea
It slapped a salty soul mist across my cheeks
My kindred spring soulfully awoke from slumber
To dancing clouds of joy that sliced the thunder
The sweet art of marmalade skies
Smiled back at me with June eyes


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