The Metaphysics of Love

Decima Challenge 31 from Ronovan. Prompt word on A rhyme:- One

The Metaphysics of Love

Metaphysical poet Donne,
forbidding mourning with a jest,
wrote (his beloved most impressed),
'Our two souls therefore, which are one'
can act like compasses for fun.
He then describes a metaphor
that has seduction at it's core,
made to have a joyful ending,
two souls happily ascending,
having their fill but wanting more.
Categorized as Licks

By Arthur Richardson

Very part time poem maker. Retired from paid work.


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