IV

I’ve blown a kissimagesCADA78ZH

to the wind

wishing it would be led

to wherever my beloved one

might be

 

It was first carried

by a tender breeze

having it slowly pass trees

and gently caress flowers

 

Being led to a more open field,

my kiss was lifted high

traveling through clouds,

overseeing castles and ordinary life

 

My kiss seemed to have no direction

when it was taken somewhere above the see.

Air currents fought for the present I’ve sent

taking it up and down the edge of cliffs,

its walls and its steadiness.

From then on I could not trace my kiss anymore.

The last thing I knew it had gained the sky

and if it does not reach its destination above it,

may at least the wind take parts of it

to every breathing lung there might be

wherever it is

that the wind can reach

 

by José Ruy Pimentel de Castro

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~ by joseruypc on September 17, 2011.

5 Responses to “IV”

  1. hummm strong ending and the wind takes part of it love this so much well done
    http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/09/19/my-world/

  2. the force of wind will plant the seeds of love, it may blossom somewhere..

    lovely entry.

  3. great one jose- my gooseberry.. http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/02/16/helpless/

  4. You give life and wings to the kiss. Very well done!

    http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/09/19/fragile-cloth-2/

  5. beautiful expressions.

    How are you today?

    Happy end of November!

    Appreciated your support to our poetry picnic,

    Hope to see you share today,

    A random poem or old poem will do the wonders too.

    Your talent rocks.

    Hope to see you in.

    xoxox

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