>where silence lies

>I see you in the space where silence lies
and concrete glistens wet on unwalked streets
when fine-spun threads will pull us as we meet
and you so cautiously would kiss my eyes

and as i feel the purple blues arise
i start to fall, my world turns into beats
I see you in the space where silence lies
and concrete glistens wet on unwalked streets

our rain, a dance of thousand fireflies
when silent waters flow like silky sheets
i part your seas and in the storm we meet
on muted flags we sail to bridge the ice
I see you in the space where silence lies
and concrete glistens wet on unwalked streets

(rondel form – ABba abAB abbaA(B)) in this case (B) a french sonnet or rondel prime

I meet you in the space where silence lies
and concrete glistens wet on unwalked streets
when you so cautiously would kiss my eyes
I meet you in the space where silence lies
and as i feel the purple blues arise
i start to fall, my world turns into beats
I meet you in the space where silence lies
and concrete glistens wet on unwalked streets

(triolet form – ABaAabAB – capital letters indicate refrain lines)

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16 responses to “>where silence lies

  1. >Hi! Claudia…This poem is very lovely your words flow like…Claudia since I'am not a poet words like… "rondel form – a french sonnet or rondel prime and triolet form…assist me as I learn more about poetry and poets.Thanks, for sharing!DeeDee ;-D

  2. >wow — that is fantastic — i'm rarely brave enough to tackle a form like that…gorgeous…'where silence lies' — oh yes, i *feel* that…delicious imagery

  3. >That mix of kissing my eyes and that terrible concrete… wowOh Claudia, it seems I've been ages away from reading great poetry… your comment was such a pleasure to get- Thanks my dear!Nice weekend .)

  4. Hi Claudia,

    yes, I really like the way of this poetry. I did not know that there are so very different kinds of poems. Fantastic!
    May I ask you a question? How did you come to poetry? And maybe a second question? Why do you write in English?
    Thank you.