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nectarina



a sunburst, mouthful
juice down the chin
skin yields, its ripeness
holding still
mind allured with smell of fruit
and tongue delights
in liquid pursuit

how can nature produce

this . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (YOU: stop, BE, in THIS)

phenomenon?



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sumalangitnawa
june 2001
i seem to have been bitten by the poetry bug. fever burning high. i seem to have bitten a nectarine, and spilled words on my chin.
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lustrum Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2001   Writer
good question

lustrum
http://www.lustrum.org
Rushing towards singularity.
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kabookie123 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2001
P(erfect little verses and rhymes, run down my mind, inside right through t)O(utside, bringing m)E(ven closer to God, I star)T(o run with the words, and eventually, I remembe)R(ythem, has no motive, or true identit)Y

Great work, I always love your use of words.
--kabookie
Riding a Phantom Lullaby
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jsenn Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2001
Such a SUBTLE message you've cleverly taken from the FEAST upon the peach. It IS a phenomenon of juicy ripened scented pursuit of, yeah, peachy DELIGHT. (ya made me smile)

-*-joy-*-
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locussolus Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2001
Im all out of adjetives, but Ill wrack my head...

perfect?
(since nature doesnt deal in that kind of thing... but is!)

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