the Shining Yen and the Alluring Yang

By tinkdarkchyld

Golden incandesance dancing across the sky. Lumenasnt God of the light. The first blush of the suns healing radieance, banishing the pallor of the night. Warmth infusing all the particles of the pure. Giving nurturer, ordaining every creature with the belief of life. Firefly, blazing in the sky.

Seductive illusion of the night, lowering a veil over wisened eyes. Sweet serandipty the lover of the dark, phasing with the moon. Anamorphic spirit to sly to be seen. Ebony prince of deception manipulatiing the shadows, ruling with doubt. Serpentine eyes devouring the meek, brandishing a blade of devastation. Waiting for the dusk, for every day is followed by the night.

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© 2009 tinkdarkchyld
Published on Saturday, May 30, 2009.     Filed under: "Reflective" and "Poetry"
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  • A former member wrote: A vivid image. Nicely penned.

  • tinkdarkchyld On Wednesday, June 24, 2009, tinkdarkchyld (25)By person wrote:

    thanks much for the welcome. it is greatly appreciated.

  • A former member wrote: Welcome to the valley... the imagery overwhelms... so vivid, so enchanting... I think you said it best.... alluring.

  • ebonyamore On Saturday, May 30, 2009, ebonyamore (100)By person wrote:

    oooooh! this is beautiful! the pictures you paint are crystal clear. I can't wait to read more and yay! i get to be the first to tell you welcome to DP!

  • A former member wrote: I think you were the only person to welcome her to dp.. WHICH IS UNACCEPTABLE!!

  • ebonyamore On Thursday, June 18, 2009, ebonyamore (100)By person wrote:

    I'd have to agree....tsk tsk. so join me, won't you SG? *winks*

  • A former member wrote: why yes... yes I will, shweets.

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