Image for the poem Aspersion.


'Tis densely rife  
of once stalwart breath  
weighs upon thorny plunder  
Thine own handó
perchance spun of golden fate,  
tied and earthboundó in verity of;  
O'Ye hearts of thieving stardust
Thou art cast of iwis stone  
and found lesser by jade(d) scruple
Aye, frozen just, to one's own sin  
deepest thereinto
Such lies the crux, herein;
the marrow of the marrow
precarious, thee skirt'd twattle
tempted soft in lesser laud  
as soothfast whisper's calms the air  
slowly rising, defined beats asunder;  
bleak in part is hollow  
parted thereto in sorrow
flares obvious 'tis dark intent  
still, I reign of fullest mighty
where thine own souló
glows in esurient soulfulness  
and blinded righteous,
those beastly eynes
kindly, from first thy purpose  
beseeched pure,  
my wings
betwixt valor and virtue  
So fair,
thine ardent
of all and every violet promise
Author's Note
An attempt to try Old World archaic playfulness within my poem. I tried! 🤷🏻‍♀️
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