Hesitation

By Jonas Robinson

I view the cold stone
Yellow, rocky, hard as bone

Moss eating its inside
Until the bone has died

Filth and romance scattered free
To come with flowers and their beas

Ancient pebbles underneath
And tormented terror as they breathe

This air as dry as witch's homes
The air the wind fragrantly combs

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Copyright 2019 Jonas Robinson
Published on Sunday, September 1, 2019.     Filed under: "Reflective" and "Poetry"

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  • sadistic intent hex On Thursday, September 5, 2019, sadistic intent hex (193)By person wrote:

    favorite line is filth and romance scattered free to come with flowers and their bees. this left me think of the nature of decay and death.

  • Jonas Robinson On Thursday, September 5, 2019, Jonas Robinson (947)By person wrote:

    Than you for your respect. I'm glad you enjoyed the imagery. :)

  • Sudos On Monday, September 2, 2019, Sudos (176)By person wrote:

    I love the flood of imagery throughout your works so far. This one leaves me in thought of nature and pondering, not only my own, but all our places in it's overwhelmingly beautiful, mysterious flow. The way that feels, flowers and beas become analogous with the chaotic nature of romance... This is an exceptional write!

  • Jonas Robinson On Thursday, September 5, 2019, Jonas Robinson (947)By person wrote:

    Thank you for your praise, my friend. And, I'm happy you understood the conveyance and irony of harmony. :)

  • Elizabeth kaczocha On Monday, September 2, 2019, Elizabeth kaczocha (25)By person wrote:

    Interesting read. Good work

  • Jonas Robinson On Thursday, September 5, 2019, Jonas Robinson (947)By person wrote:

    I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thank you.

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