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The Plunge of Love, a Poem

Updated on March 7, 2013

when I fell
in love,
spinning down
that vortex of ecstasy--

a fathomless pool
r u s h i n g
up
to meet
my plunging
body--

I failed
to understand
that
the exercise
required

underwater
breathing.

© clark cook

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 3 years ago from Lagos

      Lol, now you know; the plunge could be dangerous hehehe. I love the part of 'underwater breathing'.

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      Clark Cook 4 years ago from Rural BC (Canada) & N of Puerto Vallarta (Mexico)

      DIOGENES and EPI--

      Apologies! You were both gracious enuff to comment WEEKS ago and I just got around to hitting the "approve" button. Very neglectful. I must admit I'm rather fond of this little poem myself.

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      epigramman 4 years ago

      Well I'm just gettng neurotic about your highly charged and exotic words here - very sly and very brilliant - Someone once said - it's all been done , well I guess they haven't read this piece or any other pages here at your hubspace.

      ......and this reads like literary viagra, man oh man I really do need that first cup of coffee now, lol.

      Sending you warm wishes from lake erie time ontario canada 6:47am

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      diogenes 4 years ago from UK and Mexico

      Very naughty Clark!

      I loved it...so cunning!

      bob

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      Jim Higgins 4 years ago from Eugene, Oregon

      And so often then, we drown in love...

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      cynthtggt 4 years ago from New York, NY

      Do you mind, Mhatter99, that I share in your comment? Exactly.

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      Martin Kloess 4 years ago from San Francisco

      Exactly! And I was taken by a teardrop. Thank you