From a Friend

April 5, 2011
By LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
LondonEye DIAMOND, Randolph, New Jersey
89 articles 125 photos 71 comments

Be two spirits ever
intramural--between two carnal gates--
be mine with yours forever interlaced

And if not synthesized by fire-- then by breeze
that wuthers in your favour

When four palms no longer grope for flesh,
let them grope for face
And-- be it that for both they reach,
I at ease shall ever be

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on Oct. 29 2011 at 3:21 pm

Long have I wished to be able to describe to you at length the manner in which your art, both literary and otherwise, has affected me. I would have liked to discuss each of your poems, to remark at the beauty of your photography and the frailty of your drawings. But I feel like the intensity of emotion, and the sacredness of truth, is often lost through a rambling mouth.

So I'll say only that your work makes me wonder, and ponder, and live with a more poetical state of mind and heart than before. I thank you for all that you have unknowingly given me, and trust that you will guard well that which you carry in your soul of souls.

Peace be with you, and may you live a life full of blessings! :)



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