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Calix Meus Inebrians--While we bring the chalice to our lips to imbibe the passion of our hearts, words become the substance of the wine—words that string out into lines and stanzas—words that weave into allusions and illusions—words that form a means to transport us to the elusive place where we’re willing to indulge in the ultimate experience—love. As Calix Meus Inebrians (my chalice inebriates me) the following poems are rendered as a celebration of the fusion of the flesh; may it serve as a way to the melding of souls—in love. ©2008 j.a.o.a.
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Calix Meus Inebrians ii, poetry book

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I want to ask you like the most hardened man would request of the most gentle woman on earth: I want to ask you to teach me to be loved without loving, and In your lessons will you include a method of imbibing the mellowest wine, passion rose’ pricking my intents bare? Create the maximum illusion, then show me how to abandon it pitiless like a… Continue

Posted on August 24, 2008 at 3:30am

Calix Meus Inebrians, poetry book

Calix Meus Inebrians--While we bring the chalice to our lips to imbibe the passion of our hearts, words become the substance of the wine—words that string out into lines and stanzas—words that weave into allusions and illusions—words that form a means to transport us to the elusive place where we’re willing to indulge in the ultimate experience—love. As Calix Meus Inebrians (my chalice inebriates me) the following poems are rendered as a celebration of the fusion of the flesh; may it serve as a… Continue

Posted on August 23, 2008 at 12:30am

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At 7:41pm on August 9, 2008, calyx said…
thanks for informing me of this beautiful site
At 7:40pm on August 9, 2008, calyx said…
was wondering who's ninon is, LOL. welcome EC
 
 
 

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