Jade sonnet poems

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flowers sighted
jade my guided friend of age
gone eludness pree of sallon confided
mischief and the mire
tango’d ego of the jauntily fallow
with heaven’s burning ire
into quoless epiphanic fire
pluperfect in headdress gethered teak
for mine twill heavenly
mine at will endlessly
seek mine in headdress teak
flowers sighted flowers in sorrow guided by you
jade my egoless friend gone fallow in lieu
senses collided coupled in two
burning ego in epiphanic spire
time will tell the turning into
is it a phrase is it a name
is it an ego spired into flame
will you come back
will you return fallow for substance
when will I learn
what has happened to you jade
you are my name you are my flame
you are the jaundiced heart in my shame
when your heart lingers
if your heart stops
where will you be when the final dew drops

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