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Lovers not physically together, but meeting in a dream

Incubus Poet

I read a poet,
captive fragments
airing a pang

(Can memory be turned so
Hazy light will not reveal
muscles intertwined
with soft flesh?)

As in a reverie
I awaken
With intimate
hands.

(In whose dream
do we meet
for sweet
reality?)
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4 Visitor Comments

lee
Love it!
dana
i fell like i now what you are gowing thoue yor not the oley one how is difernt ther maney pepole how are didfrent in ther owen way
sean
beautiful poem, lisa. thanks for sharing.
Donnatella
Poet, this poem is short, but deep. However, I do happen to know of the incubus/succubus legend. I have written about it myself and I am glad to know I'm not the only one. It's different. Thanks

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