Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Rendezvous by Sean Vessey - One Shot Wednesday Post




Rollin, in cold light,

Rendezvous with busy Death,

At the coffee house,

I found a note waiting there,

"Three times I missed you,

Love well until we meet again,

Then I will love you,

With my cool lips and bone hips,

For the endless night,

Where you, my steed, meet my needs,

Until the Riders, Ride."



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6 comments:

  1. Thank you to Ranee Dillon for hosting this. This started off as a Rollin Haiku and turned into something else. No doubt inspired by Ranee's passionate poems. Enjoy.

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  2. A rendezvous long awaited me thinks
    would love a look into the endless night
    perhaps another piece

    thanks Sean for another week of your poetry - glad you took the plunge into One Shot

    this would be a great submission piece for the anthology

    Moonie smile and hugs to you both

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  3. Well, now, there's a touch of passion to start the morning off with - interesting relation to death, a fine visualization. Mingles the passion with a sense of inevitability...

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  4. I can see its haiku roots. Nice One Shot, Sean and Ranee!

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  5. Romantic/Gothic in its bleak, exemplary tone and execution.

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  6. Winter, death, spring, resurrection ...this week the cold penetrates and death comes as friend, lover even vaguely like Santa Claus. Interesting themes and your poem is no exception. Beautifully succinct and well written.

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