A Night of Marriage

Succor, feels now false but feelings can be
like when it sounds like rain but
it’s the heater – we went to bed again
dry as spring without aspiration,
too hot to hold, too cold for kissing
TV off but echoing and night
fell upon us, like a blanket, like an overpass
collapsed
and we made it to morning unadorned
and all our lapses now are numbered,
counted on, redeemed like coupons
and here we are
and here
we stay
a spring and a weathered
whisper of promise, of succor
that you can that you can’t
believe as night
fades, corrodes to
light and the promise
of easy pleasure.

About caroompas

musician, poet, songwriter, day job toiler, political junkie
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12 Responses to A Night of Marriage

  1. Hope says:

    love it. love you

  2. Jingle says:

    cute poem,
    have fun visiting and commenting!
    😉

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  4. Artswebshow says:

    Excellent.
    It’s got flair

  5. D.S. Lear says:

    “when it sounds like rain but it’s the heater” I know that sound exactly! Nice writing!

  6. Jingle says:

    please let me know after you visit and comment for 18 poets…
    thank you!

  7. really good…so why do we marry…i held back for 13 years and got a lot of fun..then we married………………….LOL

  8. Julie Niklas says:

    This is amazing, really. I think it fits well with the form, too.

  9. Jingle says:

    http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/06/14/the-celebrate-poet-of-may-award-nominations/

    welcome to vote,
    you automatically earned one vote because your link in included, when you vote for your favorite poets (1 to 20), then you get another vote for yourself….

    thank you for the attention.
    The deadline is Sunday!

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