Crystaline Waterfall: A Visual Poem

A waterfall I took a photo of in Georgia. Not quite what I was invisioning, but you get the idea. I wrote this poem in 1998.
A waterfall I took a photo of in Georgia. Not quite what I was invisioning, but you get the idea. I wrote this poem in 1998.

A crystalline waterfall


Prestigious and pure


Nothing haunts its healing waters


Sanguine fluidity conjures forth


Not knowing where it will end up, not caring where it goes



My mind stirs from languid lullaby


Cresting away with illusionary speed


Light, dark, all is one


Lurid caverns close the gap


No light hinders here


Only moon’s reflective majesty illuminates the way



Dealing sweetness chokes hold gave


Alone and lucistic in acrid moments sway


Lo! Behold at water’s edge, a single Harper in golden threads


The water laps at shore’s feet, milling sleep in lucid eyes



I am back again in my grandeur hiding place


Hold fast the current of crackled moments flow


Alas I naught of what I speak for I know nothing of its ways


It shall bind me still


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