Divine

Noire et Blanche, 1926

Allay your fears abaft lost troubled years
Confide in me all you’ve seen of this life
Erase away your pain in tears like rain
Ring gospel choirs who sing praise over strife

Alight oppressed desire, stir burdens bare
Touch worship’s temple stripped in confession
Sip now bliss naked at this altar’s kiss
Commune with me to drink rich transgression

Resolve beyond belief sins to absolve
Without boundaries of dark versus light
Divine by heaven’s peace new beginnings
To guide within earth’s dawn our virgin flight

Blind to find no more of night’s broken score
Let me turn your key to unlock love’s door

Poem: (c) s l jennings aka sandy somewhere “Divine”
Photo: Man Ray, Black and White, 1926

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No online identity can truly define me. I am a kamakaze pilot of life. I have a navigation panel with controls, but I understand I cannot control external elements. I believe I am spirited with God (Love) to guide my life. I am human in my strength and my frailty. I somehow safely navigate my children through life's trial and errors. I proudly wear each stripe on my Mom's uniform; though, I still love the silky feel of soft négligée against my skin. I am human after all. Welcome to my Spirited Poet blog. Welcome to me.
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One Response to Divine

  1. i love how you phrase your verses…most beautiful … love and hugs

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