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The Web Poetry Corner - M A Heathcote - With my eyes still jaundiced, blessed!

With my eyes still jaundiced, blessed!


M A Heathcote

The nights are so faded I fear each death
Each nocturnal shadow a day we have left

Each hemlock of passion dawn has to set
Leads us much closer that wayfarers step_

In webbings tomorrow of a spider’s eye
We’ll glibly be tailored a silk suit to die

A carnal butterfly I doused for her love
Anemic of her flesh I alit upon her soul

Like a pearl cocooned heavenly dove
In a wine sack dressed, I broke home
With my eyes still jaundiced, blessed!

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