Uncharted Night-Olde Punk (RamJet Poetry) & Christine Ray (Brave and Reckless)

So I asked Olde Punk if he would write with me. What do you think?

If you are not following OldePunk at RamJet Poetry, you should be!  He is one of my absolute favorite writers on WordPress and a joy to work with.

A Forum for Divergent Literature

burning water

still marks the way

home

though that is not the path

I travel today

by uncharted night

do I go

motionless movement

a note of fluidity

diachronic changes

in synchronic nuance

the language we share

is not known here

a purpose in thought

one million yesterdays

caught twixt our toes

on the shores of time

onward it flows

upward wayward waves

at incongruent velocities

seeking a partnered, rhythmic

dichotomy

 

we are two hearts

two souls

two bodies

who dance together

in an expanding and

contracting rhythm

of intimacy, of knowing

at times we are a

collision of fiery sparks

under a gibbous moon

at others we are the

gentle undulations of the waves

a lighthouse, a beacon

calling each other back to safer

shores

when the tides would push

us apart

always drawn back

to the place where we dwell

 

the scriptures we document

reverberate in…

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