The Evocateur

running tongues
along edges of time
I taste the language
of souls and consume
the words into rhyme

I sing in star spittle
dusting eyes
with shooting hearts
leaving heads in arms
of sight opened wide

nameless evocateur
purposed destroyer
severing binds
culling threads
tying together
the universal web

I dance atop
candle wicks
melting waxen form
into liquid pour

singeing skins
of skepticism
baring au courant
flesh of spirits born

nameless evocateur
purposed destroyer
severing binds
culling threads
tying together
the universal web

I run butterflied
through the field
of blooming dreams
a tear fallen dew
washing away disbeliefs

filling inside out
and downside up
auspex of light
silver lining shadows
as new constellations
in the starry above

nameless evocateur
purposed destroyer
severing binds
culling threads
tying together
the universal web

Spun from inspiration from my dear and loving mentors and soul family and the welling micropoetry that it sparked. Contributed to Open Link Night with dVerse Poets Pub. Grateful to share before the holiday break for this wonderful community of poets and creatives.

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7 thoughts on “The Evocateur”

  1. ha…some cool actions…singing star spittle…dancing on candle wicks and running butterflied through the field…each very cool…and the repetition works nice in this too rose…

  2. Oh, my dear Rose, this piece is so full of brilliant images and wordplay. Each verse was its own special room, connected to one another by the “hallway” refrain. Striking stuff. ~ j

  3. Many thanks for the time with these words. I appreciate hearing how this piece in particular landed, it is quite close to my soul. All my love and gratitude ~ Rose

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