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Rated: E · Poetry · Relationship · #1245862
When the reader completes the writer's vision with much needed love.

Do you starve for my words?
Do you ache with the need for me
to fill your void?
Would I weave for you
a tapestry of fantasy that you
cannot avoid?

Do you starve; do you ache?
Do I fill you; will you fill me?
Thirst for my love; purged,
black comes into the light.
Be my eyes tonight.

The deserts of my mind
become your oases.
The catacombs of my soul
breathe from your pink lungs,
as words tempt tongues.

Do you starve for this visionary
to fill your void?
Do I weave my tapestry of fantasy,
black peeled away by light?
Be my eyes tonight.

Poetic Stumblings Into Serendipity  (ASR)
Everything I've posted since joining August, 2006 that encompasses 25 years of poetry.
#1157792 by B Keith Compton

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Such Longing: Poetry Of Nature Love
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