Sunday, December 06, 2009

housing that light








that light houses me-

my heart's desire
I am contented
ensconced somewhere
in you

weird it might sound
to some
but for me
it feels just right
this riddle that is you

"that puzzle is a beacon for me"

22 comments:

Lorraine said...

Getting lost in the puzzle...you have such a way with words ;)

Jeeves said...

Now, I must say, Iam housed in this perfect poem

linda may said...

Acceptance...cool!

anthonynorth said...

That was beautifully expressed.

Loch Rob said...

Great take on the prompt. I think it is special when we connect with someone in this way, riddle or not.

SandyCarlson said...

That is an amazing variation on the prompt. So full of feeling. Beautiful.

gs batty said...

Old Grizz gets lost a lot. I am lost in the lovliness of your words. nice work

Amias said...

Some of us feeds off the elusiveness of love, and what it mean or does not mean.

Amity Me said...

another great work from you!
beautiful poem indeed!

Crafty Green Poet said...

the puzzle that is a beacon, that's something to think about!

MadelineD said...

You write beautifully. I love the way you combined the two prompts here.

Sweetest in the Gale said...

Wonderful! I love that you separated lighthouse into two words...it made that much more of an impact.

Dee Martin said...

the heart equals light and a place you are drawn to - to live. Beautiful words.

Tumblewords: said...

Love the way you bring this around - fine circle.

oldegg said...

This expresses true love so well.

Great poem.

Yellow Tulip said...

lovely take dear:)..beautiful words:)

Julia Smith said...

I love how the heart's desire and the puzzle are both beacons of light.

Bill said...

kicking the snow
off my boots–-
a light in the window

fourwindshaiga said...

I am enjoying what everyone is doing with the prompt.
The light is where we feel it. Good poem

RBroeker said...

Surrealistic and naturalistic in five or six breaths. Nice one.

Best wishes
Ralf

Tammie Lee said...

how lovely to have this in another... I love your unique take on Lighthouse!

Carlos Gesmundo said...

Wouldn't it be interesting to live inside a riddle?