Weeping Willow

By Deathkitten

She lays beneath the weeping willow
Itchy grass
Arm for pillow
Geese fly pass
Sun god peaks from limb to limb
Gentle breeze strokes her hair
Thoughts secluded in mid-bend
She caresses herself without a care
Nature growing weak to her presence
Rose hips
Her timing is of great essence
Imprinting her body where she lay
In the green subtle land
Adulation rises from the warm glowing ray
Grabbing bits of earth in hand
Pulsating through & through
Weeping willow
The day is done
And though she's gone
She left a clue

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Copyright 2013 Deathkitten
Published on Tuesday, January 29, 2013.     Filed under: "Fantasy" and "Poetry"
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  • blue angel On Saturday, June 24, 2017, blue angel (911)By person wrote:

    -sighs lift beyond the sway of limbs.... marooning her in desire... while shadows caress her skin. it's all about the hunt... and one can't hide from the muse inside..... - it's always a pleasure being visited by the sly feline . -k

  • PoetessDarkly On Monday, February 4, 2013, PoetessDarkly (772)By person wrote:

    wow to let your fingers do the walkin' sounds like a plan to me. love the willow tree, though it is a bitch at the end of the summer, it sprouts so easy all over the grass.

  • Deathkitten On Saturday, February 2, 2013, Deathkitten (581)By person wrote:

    Yes, but that willow is too exposed hah

  • A former member wrote: still one of my faves and don't forget there is a willow tree next to my house

  • FadedBlues On Wednesday, January 30, 2013, FadedBlues (2291)By person wrote:

    ...elegant poem of repose in nature. the hope of all of us, to leave a mark that will be noticed...

  • Deathkitten On Wednesday, January 30, 2013, Deathkitten (581)By person wrote:

    Thank you so much :)

  • Ortolan On Tuesday, January 29, 2013, Ortolan (226)By person wrote:

    This is good work, it evoked the memory of fragrant flowers and such.I'm glad I was not in a bad mood when I read this, otherwise I don't know if I could appreciate it.For the type of poem it is, it is perfect.(10)

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