Seasons Of Light (Mae & Original-Dante)

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A collaborative poem with the ultra-talented Mae, you can find more of her poetry here: @lilacsnow

 

My sections are in this colour. 

Her sections are in this colour.

 

*SUMMER

The sun shines brightly

Such divine grace

Seen and felt

Through the heat

 

Hard to ignore

With glistening skin

Squinting to catch a glimpse

Of the massive mana dropper

For the greenery

A sight for sore eyes.

 

*AUTUMN

She calls herself

Autumn, with her

Ripe cherry lips and

Kisses that taste

Of dark, exotic honey.

 

Every year she arrives

In her gown

Of see-through amber

Her soft voluptuous hips

Swaying slowly

In the light.

 

*WINTER

Beneath a sky

The colour of grief

The air is heavy

With silent light

The birds, you see,

Have fallen silent

Their songs

Lie bleeding

In fresh fallen snow.

 

*SPRING

Rejuvenation,

Colours spring about

Rainbows within rainbows

A direct revearsal

To the achromatic       

The last seasoned model

To the ultimate ending

If not, the beginning.

 

-Mae & Dante

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Seasons Of Light (Mae & Original-Dante)

    forgottenmeadows said:
    June 28, 2015 at 9:06 PM

    beautiful collaboration! I love reading poetry from the two of you!

      Original-Dante responded:
      June 29, 2015 at 4:11 AM

      Thank you Neha! I’m honoured to hear you say that 🙂

    brettfish said:
    June 29, 2015 at 5:56 PM

    Wow wow wow – magical! And i see you have collaborated before. So great! Nice fit.

    love brett fish

      Original-Dante responded:
      June 29, 2015 at 6:01 PM

      Thank you so much! and yes indeed, I collaborate whenever I can…you should check out Mae…she’s really good, and we’re planning to collaborate again soon…

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