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biophilic woman

a poem

By JessiPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
biophilic woman
Photo by Casper Nichols on Unsplash

Brown dirt

damp and rich

Matches her downturned eyes

Plum purple kisses her lips

Like dark violets

bloom in late winter

Her hair grows like a vine

spun out and intertwined

In the Spring she sings like a Nightingale

She sways like the limbs of a tree

Green with envy,

Willows cry for her

She is more alive than water is prolific

She is freedom in human form

Conversing with the moon

like an old friend over tea

When she cries her eyes are clouds

Sobs fall from her mouth

like leaves dropping in Autumn

My love is a biophilic

Her body is a raging river

winding and temperamental

but a soothing comfort at night

By Velizar Ivanov on Unsplash

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Writer on the Oregon coast. Lover of nature, poetry, and coffee!

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