29/06/2017

Pour me a glass of wine

Things are to be fine

Daylight impatiently subsiding

Somber pink hues arrange

Merciful to the day—beautiful

Mesmerized by the likes of the skies

Openly free, an endless sequence to see

Illuminating smears so vast amongst us

Feeling minuscule in body,

Yet complex in it all

Surrounding each being is delicate skies

Reassuring that everything will be just alright

No one neglected or wrong to its presence

In this moment alone we may all unite

We all deserve breaks from this battle of distance

Struggling to accept the creation of all

Reluctant to trust though options are dwindling

The lustful skies scream for my surrender

I must veer my relents and find peace that may stay

My thoughts are unique, bothersome to say

for this reason, I’ll forfeit become better—more present

I will believe in this moment

I will be safe in a meaning

But the more that I can see

The less I obey

Tempted and thirsty I say

Pour me a glass of wine

 

-Kristen

12 thoughts on “29/06/2017

      • thoughtprovokingpoetry says:

        I really liked your last read, or for me, the most recent poem of yours, that I read: “Pour me a glass of wine”. I selected four sentences and am pasting it on this comment. I am so close to getting the philosophical transcendence. Here are the four sentences: “We all deserve breaks from this battle of distance.
        Struggling to accept the creation of all
        Reluctant to trust though options are dwindling
        The lustful skies scream for my surrender
        I must veer my relents and find peace that may stay
        I rarely ask questions of poetry because I’m scared the author will think I am stupid. So just know that when you answer. On these sentences like “reluctance to trust though options are dwindling. And the lustful skies scream for my surrender.” Are you referring to the premise that you feel like just letting go (in this poem) and the skies…is that a type of hereafter; but, nonetheless, you fight those urges to give in because staying you think will give you peace, enough so that you will stay…something like that? I am a big fan of poems written in the I narrative. I’ll blog some here soon. I have two completed books published and eight more completed but not published because it just coast so much money. That’s why I’m building my web site with key words…search engines, etc.
        Another question is when you write poems like this…using the I narrative, are most dark, or mysterious? And is that the same thin for any romance poems? I remember years ago when I wrote dark romance poetry which I still think are my better ones, my sister read one of them and came over to ask if if I’m leaving, breaking up with my better half. People that do not get poetry do not understand that we have tricks, we know how to wake up that part of the brain and write that type of poetry. A great read. I’m proud of you. It feels great to express our selves even if we’re writing about a fictional character or premise.

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