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    dots Submission Name: Amaranthine goddessdots
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    Author: rev.jpfadeproof
    ASL Info:    27/m/nyc
    Elite Ratio:    6.08 - 366/364/154
    Words: 226
    Class/Type: Poetry/Passion
    Total Views: 896
    Average Vote:    5.0000
    Bytes: 1648



    Description:
       i go where the muse takes me...
    again im not to sure about this one...
    A WORK IN PROGRESS...

    amaranthine: a beautiful flower that never diminishes in its beauty...


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    dotsAmaranthine goddessdots
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    Infinitude tangos upon sacred lotus flowers
    floating carelessly amidst raven rivers
    inexorably flowing in amethyst eyes-
    elegant features like still ivory waters reflect
    the eternal emerald sun
    embracing weeping Atlas-willows, laden with jagged sky.

    Quintessence of cherry orchards blossom in tresses
    of tasseled honeysuckle strands.
    Delicate hands lasso the moon-
    coyly to her lips she swallows, spiting embers across evening.
    Boldly she invades Olympus imbibing incandescent fire,
    ample pivoting hips thunder the stolen blaze
    upon mortality’s wounds-

    Her voice like soft wisps of silky hummingbird sonnets
    enchant the barren winter air,
    birthing spring upon exulting mandrake breath.
    The north wind blows the variegated clouds
    over the languor waters like
    Autumn leaves over fruitless fields.
    Wrapped in sunlight she gracefully dances on
    A dragon’s sugar plum belly like epiphanies
    on the tip of a child’s tongue.

    If all the universe were to incinerate like a crumpled sheet of soiled paper amid raging flames
    she would remain:
    statuesque as a sequoia standing among burnt tree stumps
    sultry like a sunflower in perpetual twilight
    sanctorum as a baby’s giggle resonating in death’s ear
    surging like supernovas piercing the abyssal night
    surreal as the ocean encapsulated within a Lamb’s tear-


    incomparable as a summers day;
    my amaranthine goddess…




    Submitted on 2007-02-03 14:33:12     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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    ||| Comments |||
      I echo, Bill. Outwardly this has the appearance of a beautiful piece but I feel there's too much razzle dazzle so that the feelings and shape of both characters are somewhat obscured. There are a lot of modifiers that heap color onto color and I think you could achieve the same affect with a few well chosen words in a form like the haiku.

    As, I've already mentioned you do have a wonderful ability with words but I think you need to work at letting the core emotions and central characters own the spotlight.

    just my two bobs worth.

    DB
    | Posted on 2007-02-07 00:00:00 | by Daniel Barlow | [ Reply to This ]
      great use of colours. the descriptions are excellent. this is another marvelous piece...i feel totally inadequate to comment on a piece such as this. i write and read purely for fun. i dont understand much about the actual forms of poetry. i just know what i like and don't like. and i certainly do like your poetry. it gives me a dreamy feeling, always so colourful too. beautifully written, nice work.
    michelle

    ps. sorry i haven't responded in a while. i'm not being ignorant, i promise! lol
    anyway, i'm back now, hopefully ill get to be on here a lot more. talk again soon!
    | Posted on 2007-02-05 00:00:00 | by whirl | [ Reply to This ]
      wowsers
    i love the last stanza
    and i love the line about amethest eyes
    you have quite a way with words
    i like that it is more verbose than simple
    i think the little details help express how it that one subtle thing that makes the moment worth writing about
    | Posted on 2007-02-05 00:00:00 | by digitalflower | [ Reply to This ]
      When we imagine someone as beautifully as this, it's a gift. I'm sure your affections are most appreciated, john-paul. You say that you want thoughts on this one so that is what you will get.

    The fact that she has captured your love and it will always be that way, because love is eternal. And you remind of how she is ageless, timeless in your eyes, that too is love's expression in unique ways.

    If all the universe were to incinerate like a crumpled sheet of soiled paper amid raging flames
    she would remain:
    statuesque as a sequoia standing among burnt tree stumps
    sultry like a sunflower in perpetual twilight
    sanctorum as a baby’s giggle resonating in death’s ear
    surging like supernovas piercing the abyssal night
    surreal as the ocean encapsulated within a Lamb’s tear-

    It all fits, john-paul and it's lovely. Thanks for sharing.

    Nan
    | Posted on 2007-02-03 00:00:00 | by nansofast | [ Reply to This ]
      If all the universe were to incinerate like a crumpled sheet of soiled paper amid raging flames
    she would remain:
    statuesque as a sequoia standing among burnt tree stumps
    sultry like a sunflower in perpetual twilight
    sanctorum as a baby’s giggle resonating in death’s ear
    surging like supernovas piercing the abyssal night
    surreal as the ocean encapsulated within a Lamb’s tear-


    forever lovely as a summers day;
    my amaranthine goddess…



    I'm sure Dulcinea wil be pleased with this, John Paul. Despite any effort to the contrary, your voice is definitely that of the romantic troubador. My only advice to you would be to suggest you continue writing until you master a mature style that expresses your deep passions in as few words as possible. Let each line be a brushstroke on a fresh canvas.

    Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
    Take care, J.P.
    Bill.
    | Posted on 2007-02-03 00:00:00 | by rws | [ Reply to This ]


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