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Monday, 4 May 2015

The Izzie Poems (Part V*)

This is : A Poem for Izzie and Iggy

More views of or before Cambridge Film Festival 2015 (3 to 13 September)
(Click here to go directly to the Festival web-site)

4 May (Postlude added, 4 October ; plus, from a Tweet, two haikus, 13 October)

A Poem for Izzie and Iggy

What you devoutly shared,
You might
have shared
Not as lovers’ secrets,
But as thoughts, open
And showing your care

A clear communion,
As between one speck
From another world and
One more, made kindred
By shared origin ?

Or do ‘the poets pipe
Of love’ childishly ? :
, elevating
His slight dalliance,
Because he is famed… ?

© Belston Night Works 2015

Postlude :

Twinned traitors

He enjoys stories
Of her dark,
With the other men

It makes the sex sharp,
, that he might hit her
For what he'd allowed


Sucking your nipples
Till you
(or seemed to come... ?)
Accorded prowess :

Flattery's efforts
Let you worm in warming hope
Which you could then


* These are the other Parts : Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV.

Unless stated otherwise, all films reviewed were screened at Festival Central (Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge)

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