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And I tasted...

I met a man
Who took out his soft blue eye
To look at me

He held it aloft, above the music, beyond the hypnosis
And from his distance saw my power
Brushed my wings
Touched my love’s edges

He hovered then over my lips
Leaving that faint moist fig taste
To savour

And the possibilty
Of a forbidden midnight feast

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In the scheme of eternity…a flashed moment…

Comments

  • Mark.I.F. Jarvis
    Mark.I.F. Jarvisover 4 years ago

    The taste of love, for one night, maybe longer. Beautiful work

  • Thankyou Mark :) …maybe longer

    – Robert Knapman

  • CJCayea
    CJCayeaover 4 years ago

    this is beautiful work, sir. thanks for sharing.

  • My pleasure CJ. Thanks.

    – Robert Knapman

  • mistletoes
    mistletoesover 4 years ago

    So few words, so beautifully crafted, so many images to savour. Are you famous yet, and if not, why not?

  • :))))))

    – Robert Knapman

  • AllenJDavies
    AllenJDaviesover 4 years ago

    i like it
    maybe he could have replaced his eye with the fig i
    nteresting ideas there

  • Thanks Allen…mmm that would have been an interesting juxtposed metaphore

    – Robert Knapman

  • pix83
    pix83over 4 years ago

    Deliiiicious!

  • :) Thanks

    – Robert Knapman

  • ShadowDancer
    ShadowDancerover 4 years ago

    this is so evocative… i love the places it took me to in my mind.. great job!

  • Thankyou ShadowDancer

    – Robert Knapman

  • evitaoz
    evitaozover 4 years ago

    this is so beautiful. i want a taste too;)

  • Hehe…be my guest :)

    – Robert Knapman

  • andreaoliveras
    andreaoliverasover 4 years ago

    Wow. Powerful and beautiful.

  • Thankyou so much

    – Robert Knapman

  • taylorprescott
    taylorprescottover 4 years ago

    This is a great piece! You’ve chosen your words well, and have created something very evocative.

  • Thanks Taylor – It feels great to have this so appreciated

    – Robert Knapman

  • Bromoson Photography
    Bromoson Photo...over 4 years ago

    way cool!

  • So are you :)

    – Robert Knapman

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