Steven Louis Chapman

"cocoa bunny" a poem in free verse

Steven was adopted, his biological father was an English professor who had an affair with a student. Writing poetry is an outlet for his expression of love. A hopeless romantic in search of his soul mate. (it changes from now and then) He hopes to capture the girl of his dreams through poetry. Visiā€¦






In her unbiased envision,
to her incisive decision,
of me in my division,
I'm a clown,
unclean.

What is her impression,
to question my indecisive message,
of truth.
Take the hand of,
the under led reminisce,
heart of the judged.

Penance of the open mind,
of the absurd,
is underway of hearts,
that touch,
undersell truth,
menus,
venues,
fill me in revision.
Juno is a relived,
uncertain scene,
trust in her inner vision,
of my rewound,
inner hands unfound.

Show her question,
of my hand,
in her sparkled eyes,
of wonder,
to take,
my hand uncleaned.

It's an amount,
of thy doubt.
Is it her in my easy ears,
that hear her filled up box,
menus of the venues,
of her elms,
that touch my soul.

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