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This unspoiled place

holds a silence and a sound both

in the careen of wild bird, dove-tailing against light

swish tailed-fox, caught in glimpsing treeline, scar of russet

your wool pulled and caught like thoughts on wire

I felt you inside, like mercury, descending to places I’d locked

tight against battering fists and claim

how did you learn the maze and possess

parts of me I had yet to give permission?

though all of us are like the wool, caught and fluttering

against a world of happen-chance and calamity

it is only perhaps, in those untethered moments

love, unexplained by all things

captures in unguarded step

drowning tightly held belief

we are our own master

and in this yield

in your arms and the void calling overhead

a vast sky holds swell of rain

just long enough

for our safe ascent

0 Replies to “Safe ascent”

  1. Captivating lines here:

    “I felt you inside, like mercury, descending to places I’d locked

    tight against battering fists and claim

    how did you learn the maze and possess

    parts of me I had yet to give permission?”

    This one is touching, gives one a little hope regarding love too.

  2. A poet (William Ernest Henley) wrote:
    “I am the master of my fate,
    I am the captain of my soul.”

    But in moments such as this, it is not so. Something greater takes hold, love.

    Stunning!

  3. It’s never easy, to trust someone so much that you become vulnerable, showing your most secretive parts, not knowing if the person you show it to is going to cherish it or break it, and hurt you…

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