Poem… Dew

Dew

(translation|modification of Sereno)

by Luis S. González-Acevedo

Your affections are children of the night
whose father dies at sunset;
errant, with no one to reproach
their conduct in realms wet with dew.

Dew covers the face of its nocturnal reach
like a bloodhound covers terrain;
waiting for a flower to fall in a serene trance,
vital symptom of its nocturnal venom.

During daylight, the sun evaporates the waters,
letting them enter the celestial environment.
The nocturnal protector reincorporates them
into late sprinklings, nascent dew.

Darkness shelters the liquid substance
that at dawn covers a portion of the planet:
profit for gardens, fields and floras;
but for the night, a sign of its terrible death.

Night’s death is day’s birth.
Dawn participates in the astral encounter.
Sunset awaits rebelliously,
intending to once again unleash its dew.

Delightful Dew:
with your lustful frock just dying to shelter
an abandoned female
who will love you and let herself be loved by you.

The sun submerges in waters,
the moon springs up from the sea,
and Dew opens the doors
to bedrooms of roses lusting for love.


–You can find the poem in Caribbean Poet, by Luis S. González-Acevedo or the original version in Spanish in Poemas Caribeños, por Luis S. González-Acevedo–



 

Poem (2 of 12)… Gothic Jill

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Gothic Jill

by Luis S. González-Acevedo

Sway in my presence
through darkened gloom.
Distress my senses
with your porcelain skin,
detailed with shadows of black lipstick
and tar-lined eyes.
Touch my lips with yours,
framed with shadowed borders.
The contrast of pale and darkness
flirts your noble depravity.
Princess of Darkness:
arouse my spirit
drape me in jet-black hair
darken my soul at dusk.


–You can find the poem in Caribbean Poet, by Luis S. González-Acevedo–


 

Poem… Book of Spells | page four | Love, Death & Beyond


by Luis S. González-Acevedo…

Book of Spells

Page Four

Love, Death & Beyond

We’ve set ourselves as seals upon our hearts and lives,
but floods of darkness dawned and the waters’ forceful rise
eclipsed my waning breath from you and veiled my fainting eyes.
The mournful torrents of longing sorrow could never quench our love’s
ascending flight nor break with silence the flutter of its doves;
’cause in the end, you and I, we shall embrace forevermore:
our lips and kisses wet as waters’ flow on the joyful night
when love shall seal our hearts and lives once more.


–You can find the poem in Caribbean Poet, by Luis S. González-Acevedo–


 

Poem (2 of 12): The Poetic Love Story of a Goth | Gothic Jill

NoteThe Poetic Love Story of a Goth is a series composed of twelve poems and a subtle story line. The series’ themes are love, fantasy, beautiful hauntings, alternative lifestyles, life’s darker aspects, surrealism, lust, Gothic themes, sensuality, cosmetics, and eroticism.

Poem: The Poetic Love Story of a Goth

Selected Verses:GothLongHair

Gothic Jill

…Distress my senses
with your porcelain skin,
detailed with shadows of black lipstick
and tar-lined eyes…

 

…The contrast of pale and darkness
flirts your noble depravity.
Princess of Darkness:
arouse my spirit
drape me in jet-black hair
darken my soul at dusk.

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