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Flints of Fire

Until the battle recedes
no more
and the earth has tilted
beyond its axis,
when the wind
gusts to appall
as in ancient
history,
forgotten

I shall remember,

As a muniment
of minutes
broke,
the sheath of silk
covering my id,
unveiled the majesty
and wonder,
ambrosia
energy flowing
in neon tubes

Revealed
in the pain
and suffering
an atom of joy,

You

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"ambrosia energy flowing in neon tubes"

great line....and the last

"You"

that exulted love~

for all loves!

That exulted love that punch
was what I aimed for

I appreciate it

Love Jc xxx

("Always and Forever") - (Never lose a holy curiosity.-Albert Einstein)

author comment

'''''''the sheath of silk
covering my id,

loved

It could be metaphorical depends what way you take it

Jc xxx

("Always and Forever") - (Never lose a holy curiosity.-Albert Einstein)

author comment

my indiscretion

loved

I am tired sorry and can't sleep
There was no indiscretion just a honest question

Love Jc xxx

("Always and Forever") - (Never lose a holy curiosity.-Albert Einstein)

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Glad you liked it ...

Love n hugs Jc xxx

("Always and Forever") - (Never lose a holy curiosity.-Albert Einstein)

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Or was it monument
If the former. what does it mean?
Loved it whatever!

It's muniment I will copy the definition off one of my other poems can't do it on my phone lol glad you liked it

Jc xxx

("Always and Forever") - (Never lose a holy curiosity.-Albert Einstein)

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A Muniment or Muniment of Title is a legal term for a document, or other evidence, that indicates ownership of an asset. The word is derived from munimentum, the Latin word for a defensive fortification. In other words, "muniments of title" means the written evidence which a land owner can use to defend title to his estate.[1]

loved

thanks I have no muniment. Stolen in divorce!

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