Bohemian Romance

Ever and over, at moments and then,
I ask thee with intent, choric I ‘fess.
Placid, passive, yet of most sudden,
abrogate that which I fell for then lest,
devoid of earthly delight or wanting,
I were to find ease leaving it be,
or dub then ‘morseful I past yearning,
bohemian romance, thou as well me.

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9 thoughts on “Bohemian Romance

  1. I really really like the first line for some reason. Whole poem is great, but that first line is so perfectly rhythmic, like a nursery rhyme but with way more…pizazz?

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