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Karen . . .
Olef Ransom Saulles
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Karen . . .
Olef Ransom Saulles
I give you peach hued roses,
blossoms slightly opened with soft pouting.
I would do well by the sun,
growing rows for you in a garden saddled with rushing water,
clear and voluptuous.
Repose on spread blankets with spongy maverick grass.
We share kisses and I return to labors.
A harvest at dusk coming to the close.
Dinner with flames licking dry wood.
I would make wine from anything to drink from shared bottles.
Embellish my reality;
advancing through the static as rising plumes of silt.
I am expecting you to appear soon.
Please, anxieties be gone.
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"I love my baby, yes indeed." -- alex remer.
"I wish I was your girl:)" -- Celia.
"This is one of those poems, that while you read it, your mind is at peace. When you finish it, you feel warm, but your feet are kind of cold." -- Kimberly.
"...makes me feel good to be named Karen. Though I am not THAT Karen." -- Karen.
"the poem started off good, strong imagery and the love ode point was clear too...but starting at the wine "from anything?", sentence it went downhill and the end was not in line with the overall poem. you need to concentrate, think the whole poem out in your head and then write...i sense you think of ideas, but execution on paper is the key." -- sunny, dc, usa.
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