Category Archives: Philosophy of Love

Beloved!

Beloved! … Aphrodite leaves the battlefield After devouring her latest lover Not the last by any means But even Goddess of love Needs her rest And beauty sleep. … “Goddesses do not sleep” Interrupted a rude man in the Temple … Continue reading

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A Goddess Lost

Silence fills the void Starring at the horizon I see the Line between my wall and the Ceiling. … Caged horizon is all there is I close my eyes in despair. … Fire … the fire place is lit Horses … Continue reading

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Classical … typical

At the door she stood Half naked the light went through Her see through open robe Half open to be accurate Occurred to me as I was Half listening to her stream Of words, a self held Conversation. How typical … Continue reading

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Temple … Meditating Peach

 I have been to the temple today My mum is pleased, but Which temple? She asks It has been the temple of A Thousand Gods, then The One God Then the three Gods Then No God! No God resides … Continue reading

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Calling

She calls the room The room is empty He hears but don’t answer She calls from a distance A tattoo appears on his body Her face, he can’t remember She calls The coins run out The tone stops, his heart … Continue reading

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Perfect week

Perfect week That’s the week I met you Perfect week That’s the week You smiled at me Perfect week That’s the week We kissed First time of many Perfect week That’s the week You told me You loved me Perfect … Continue reading

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He may leave!

She worries He may leave She leaves She wonders The mountains He stays He looks after the children The abandoned children Of days, past He tells them a story A few stories in fact Of times passed When a mother … Continue reading

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Hundred years too late

A letter arrives Hundred years too late She is ready to leave Hundred years too late The party started The wedding is complete The children are on the way When the postman arrives Holding a letter from The dead lover … Continue reading

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Choices

So she calls after years of silence She wants to meet Would I dare to tell her A street party awaits me Or I was waiting for her All those years past I agree calmly with A cold yes. She … Continue reading

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Heart thief

She returns the pen She keeps the note She wrote on a tissue paper She leaves She leaves her hand bag behind With the note sinking between Her makeup and Her phone Her phone that Doesn’t stop beeping Her messages … Continue reading

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