Acacia pycnantha, Poetry by Steph Corpeleyn

Genre: Love

Acacia pycnantha
by Steph Corpeleyn

Happiness perpetual now, once capricious
Her face radiates desire…
More interminable then with poise
She shines illuminating the night

Diversity lies,
In the security of mind
A tender early memory
challenges his character from
hot and wild, unruly as ever

Her mouth gently narrowed
Untameable her evident force
With shades which depict love,

Wants of unwavering,
Wider in scope than its first glance
Grooves significance in the precipitation,

For eyes that inspires thoughts
Decline to acquiesce lovingly
Not sparsely.

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