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    dots Submission Name: Raven Nightdots
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    Author: DaleP
    ASL Info:    57/M/TX
    Elite Ratio:    6.21 - 629/553/330
    Words: 196
    Class/Type: Poetry/Passion
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    dotsRaven Nightdots
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    Sparkling beauty banefully bright, alights
    nightshade smile in repose by placid water.
    Heedless lover feels the throb as veins ignite
    his eyes haunted by spectral summer dreams.

    Sentient waters, calmly lap, they know all.
    They see beneath her surface lies sorcery
    an opiate on the night wind, that draws
    him in. Waters converse twice over moon.

    Dead lips whisper, as the hateful orb sinks
    by sullen shore. Silver spears darkened red,
    disappear in the maelstrom of a wink.
    Now comes the ice shard wind, the great vortex

    and lurking fear. The Sun shall never rise
    for him again. Forever decadent
    obsession and temptation are her guise.
    She exudes such an exquisite seeming.


    Sparkling beauty oh so bright, half floating,
    lighting on air, the bare skin deluge
    of scarlet flaring flame, as lips suckle throat
    eyes dilate with a wild wonder. Luscious

    is the kiss of her undead lips, sweet bliss
    as his hands entwine her raven tresses;
    and his soul spirals down the cold abyss.
    He stares into blood-filled eyes and dies.









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      The last line has me wondering . I know many a man when his woman has been insulted will respond to the aggressor with a "I'll see you in hell" . Women's souls are necessarily colored by all of their genetic ancestors , how can a man set right all of those wrongs . Yet he haplessly dives in . This is sprit , but it can get you killed .

    Bruce
    | Posted on 2010-12-01 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]
      Oooh! Just... Oooh!

    This is absolutely gorgeous! I don't care for the structure, but since when do my anal ramblings about structure actually mean anything? (It is growing on me, though. Gah.)

    One line took me a little while to get... but, that's because it's eight in the morning, and I haven't gone to sleep yet.

    I can't really say much about this. 'Cept that there needs to be more poetry like it. Y'know, artistic, created, centered around natural happenings, ones that paint an exquisite picture...

    Enough.

    -Sammy

    P.s. Love your shirt. Flippin' cool.
    | Posted on 2007-04-17 00:00:00 | by Raven_TheWolf | [ Reply to This ]
      The way this one is written, structurally speaking (bear with me:) is quite striking---leaves much up to the imagination of the reader as to the meaning and how most every line pieces together this almost broken feeling of Love. It's like a drug effect, no that I would know what that feels like....hehe.

    As always, very pretty words are used. *decadent * is a good word to sum this one up. I take it as the male character being almost eaten alive by his lady love, evil, evil woman!! Also very elemental, *waters, moon, sun, wind, vortex." As if Love is all-encompassing. Well, we all know it is don't we??

    M~**
    | Posted on 2007-01-17 00:00:00 | by metalnymph | [ Reply to This ]


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