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The Web Poetry Corner - M A Heathcote - Divergent rivers

Divergent rivers

by

M A Heathcote

Beneath a moonlit; silver lamp
Divergent rivers meander, camp.

In love alone, do they, worship..?
At the tidal wave in courtship.

Like the water-flower in its stem
Joyous roused in lustful men.

Milky-flesh is unwittingly, divine.
If still pure in petal, sublime.

A "floral sky "in heaven a waits,
The dingle wooded at the gates.

Where two young, lovers; ran-amok
With passions, wanton: awestruck.


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