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Passion blooms like an orchid in a hothouse,
Tender still amid the heat of a uneven sun.
The path of lovers bisect yet remain in sync,
Innocent recollections glow with sapphire desire.

Hearts throb audibly as the miles separate the reality,
Invisible embraces stir and impress a cobalt sky.
A cerulean moon sadly cries out and wails a sorrowful yearning,
An aching need to sense her loverís slow caress.

Bereavement of a coupling not fully realized,
Of an existence and ardor not wholly breathed.
A comprehending not fated for this indigo existence,
Passion destined for another place, another time.



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The following comments are for "Blue Passion"
by AzureMoon77

Passion's many colors.
Beautifully expressed Kelly...passion (in any form) is what keeps us alive!

Well done!

Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: August 15, 2010 )

Blue Passion
Thank you Bea!

( Posted by: AzureMoon77 [Member] On: August 16, 2010 )

like an orchid in a hothouse
That orchid line reads sensual to me. But I'm odd like that. You have a magical way with words. Alchemy, if you will.

Poem reads of lonely passion. Of those moments when only the moon keeps us company and we are immensely grateful for that.

( Posted by: toscano [Member] On: April 5, 2011 )





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