Adam’s sin #poem #poetry

a canary sings
nuptial interludes
your flesh pays its tribute to some other lovers
transitory birds
come and go like seasons
noisy V-shaped flocks
i sigh
then i listen to a monk who reads
from a book of psalms
rings sleep on my fingers
arabesque designs shiver on my skin
pastel sunsets whisper in the winter’s sheen

i walk through your dreams
soaked in poetry, baptized by your verses
your heart adorns my chest
(work of ancient minters)
your lips burn my rings, and with them my fingers
agonizing wings toll bells in the air
i go for your veins, my hands rip your shirt
everything’s a dream
at the edge of silence
mirrors sleep and grin

you’re forever mine!
do you think i joke?
wait!
here’s the silver coin which can get you off

ah,
that’s what i thought
you would never take it
in the lovers’ bed monasticism’s asleep
a cat purrs on my thigh
your eyes become my eyes
my skin tastes like sweet pie
see, why Adam was so keen to sin?
for hidden in deep waters
You is always I
even in a dream

@short-prose-fiction

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58 thoughts on “Adam’s sin #poem #poetry

  1. Oooh, very tantalizing and full of fun imagery! I loved how you went with the dream theme, teetering between what may be real and what may not be; it was very delightfully written! May have to read it again to appreciate it more…! 😊🌸

     
    1. Thank you sooo much, my dearest K! Your comment warms my heart. Just finished reading your post. Very beautiful write. Have a lovely day!

       
    1. Thank you so much, Christine! I am glad that you enjoyed the poem and very grateful for your comment. Have a lovely day, my dear!

       
    1. That’s a beautiful comment! Thank you so much for the praise.
      I concur with you. Adam sinned 🙂

       
    1. Aw…Eric… such high praise! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I am trilled you enjoyed it.
      Have a fabulous evening!

       
  2. Good afternoon G.
    This gorgeous thing was as wonderful as a sweet dream. Plenty of images painted here.
    “Soaked in poetry, baptized by your verses” What can I say about this line. It resonated deep inside of me.
    You always make careful use of every word; as if you plucking each one from your poetry tool shed.

    Beauty such as this poem, will cure anyone of their insomnia.

     
    1. Good evening, Drew.

      I am thrilled you liked the poem. Thank you for your sweet words. They made my evening sweeter!

      “Beauty such as this poem, will cure anyone of their insomnia.” Does that mean that my poem put you to sleep? 🙂

      Have a fantastic evening and thank you again!

       
      1. “Mischievous” ? oh, no, I am the personification of innocence 🙂 Please do not comment on this 🙂

        Wishing you an evening full of inspiration.
        G.

         
      2. I am glad you worked on your novel! I started reading Harry Potter (again) in the morning 🙂 I am not finished yet 🙂

         
      1. Okay, all I said is, two years ago, I also have wrote in same direction you just did.
        I have a series of Adam’s Poem.

        Guess I didn’t drop a compliment…

        Nicely written

         

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