‘Passion’ and other poems by Ken W. Simpson

By: Ken W. Simpson


Contrasts blend and linger
elements of sadness
and the residue of remorse
for a fleeting memory
the momentary bliss of love.


Original, Sin

Winged beasts ride the night sky
where dark clouds gather
a harbinger of gales approaching
to clear the sky of shame
cauterise then begin all over again.



Beauty blooms like a rose
a flame that fades
until it fizzles.

Categories: Poetry

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