Conveyance

by Morgan

conveyance

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Portal of Temptation and Guise,

Ruse of Splendid Intrepidity,

Conveyance into the Unknown Beyond,

Passage defying Reality,

Open to me your Ethereal  Mystery,

Garden of Bright Opportunity,

Magic as Sweet as Honeyed Wine,

Tomes of Infinite Diversity.

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~Morgan~

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Beautiful Original Artwork by:  Shuxing Li

12 Comments to “Conveyance”

  1. How can I upload my poem at this blog?

  2. How can i feature my poem in the poet’s corner ?

    • OH im sorry, yes you will need to contact Harry. He is the creator of Poets Corner , but he is on holiday write now. Check out the Poet’s Corner home page and it should tell you how to contact him 😉

  3. nice poem

  4. You are a thesaurus and a literary-tailor weaving those synonyms to give such a strong effect.

    • 🙂 Why Thank You Sandeep 🙂 I do appreciate that. Words are, after all, my passion and finding creative ways to give them life give me endless pleasure!

      • Absolutely. I see thanking me or anyone is pointless. In fact you are sharing your pleasure and I should be thankful for it for I derive a certain joy out of it. This is exactly what I was meaning in ‘Think before you Thank’. Cheers 🙂

      • To belabour the point a bit more, then, in what way do you then express your sense of accomplishment, pride, or privilege or the joy the other has given in their own expression of the same without saying those words? particularly when sometimes thousands of miles stand between and one cannot see the others joy visually? Just curious where your thoughts on this lead 😉

  5. I would like to clarify that I don’t mean to demean those two beautiful words. I regard them. They are precious. I just dislike when thanking is used as a concept and not as a feeling. Sometimes you may use another phrase or sentence to respond and there may be no ‘thank you’ in it, but the essence of that phrase or sentence could convey the right feeling. And, sometimes, a smile and other times, when two people know the other’s feelings, even no words would do.

    I know your feelings by now to my responses to your poem. Your responses may be anything or nothing Morgan, would do :).

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