Treasure Island

Miroslava Odalovic

(Montenegro)

Double Identity


sun- - dark
moon- - pale
dress- - mute
code- - no word
system- - close
open- - -shut

feed- - mark
ex- - -inhale
no- - -shoot
mode- - unheard
these- - those
yes- - -but

water- - ark
fin- - whale
swim- - nude
back- - forward
choose- - chose
drop-lifeless-hut

Submitted: Thursday, January 16, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 17, 2014

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  • Terry Craddock (2/11/2014 4:32:00 AM)

    funny can read so much of your double identity, smiling because it intrigues me feeds me pleases me, but then so much of your double identity also sings within me, sun moon come dance with me, dark or pale nights stars above still shine bright, above immersion layers hiding light stellar distances passing, images senses play upon my heart strings, rivers oceans wash through my soul crystal waters sparkling, a rainbow bridge waits for me, a muse called poetry, spinning in word webs infinite choice purity, we delight in double images kaleidoscopes possibilities word imageries of poetic fusions (Report) Reply

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