“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at it destination full of hope.”- Maya Angelou

2004

Breaking Barriers

Luring me in with that taste of temptation,

I can only hold on so much longer,

Bring me down into this oblivion,

Brown eyes seducing the background of my reflections,

Absent to the undeniable truth,

Disconnecting my alliance to commitment,

Drawn back to the amusement of my imagination,

That everlasting smile of luxury,

Maybe it’s the pleasure as to what is unknown to this vision,

A secret lies in the depth of silence,

Full of caring intentions,

Licking the lips of anticipation,

Causing the broken to realize some beauty,

Effective production of complete fascination,

Curious to the attraction I feel to you now,

Taking in the sweet fragrance of appeal,

Not even knowing this fantasy could possibly be fate,

Feeling the breath of immortal affection,

I’m stirring this solution of crimson impressions,

Hoping for plains of dreams to seep into reality.

© Nicole Corbin

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  1. #1 by Karen Rought on January 20, 2013 - 9:26 pm

    “I’m stirring this solution of crimson impressions” is by far my favorite line, but this one was extremely evocative. Whoa! And I haven’t mentioned this yet, but I really love how you pair up the quotes and your poems. Very cool. 🙂

    • #2 by twistofamillennia on January 22, 2013 - 2:14 am

      Thank you! This is an older poem of mine and one of my personal favorites, (I had to go back and re-edit each poem to add dates.) Thanks, don’t know what really gave me the idea to randomly search quotes and pair them up but I did and it kinda stuck 🙂 Glad you like it!

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