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The Sacred Site

by Stephanie Contarino 2 months ago in performance poetry
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"Let it deliver thee to thy vivid dream, fill you luxuriously, And let it soothe thy old-man howl."

Oh, these venerated walls,

how they would utter of the faiths that abound.

Birthed from a reign of riches,

it stands still and embraces the earth shattering crowd,

its sons and daughters in spirit, oh how they would flock the womb!

They vessel her charmed structure,

to what is divinely profound,

so fat and satifisied,

with such starving delicacy that are found.

You, oh lone searcher,

who hounds

to drink deliciously of the mysteries that honeysuckle thy tongue.

Hear the gentle opera resound,

her ardent throat fertile with such adoration,

that swaddles the longing heart,

and shakes the holy ground.

Let it deliver thee to thy vivid dream,

fill you luxuriously,

And let it soothe thy old-man howl.

performance poetry

About the author

Stephanie Contarino

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Inspired by ancient greek poetry and poets, along with John Keats and Robert Frost.

Love writing about the beauty of nature, religion, Greek Gods and mythology.

My Neopoet account: Stephanie Contarino

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