Sacrificial Love

today I’m re-blogging Frank’s recent post – his Freyan Verse are very clever! what do you think?

Francis James Franklin (Alina Meridon)

Freya Pickard has invented a poetic structure she calls Freyan Verse:

Freyan Verse consists of 5 stanzas, each containing 7 lines. The seventh line of verses two and four overlap with line one of verses three and five. … Lines one and seven of each verse contain just one word. Each poem is designed to be read both vertically and horizontally. You can read each verse separately, and, you can also read the poem as a whole.

This is my second attempt…

lust match
a conflagration made in heaven
of the self choirs of angels sing
worship of the physical beauty of two in love
of one of more unlimited passion led to the altar
ecstatic and sacrificial crying to the divine to elevate
sex with or without romance
hear her sigh an angelic voice setting heads a-spinning
see her hunger timeless eyes black holes devouring
her flame bright

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6 Comments on “Sacrificial Love”

  1. BroadBlogs Says:

    I love these! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Frank Says:

    Thanks for sharing – I’m glad you liked it. I love the way Freyan Verse can be read in different ways.

  3. Libby Says:

    Lovely, but still way to clever for me!

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