Diamonds by Linda Imbler

Diamonds by Linda Imbler
Diamonds by Linda Imbler

Diamonds

 

They go beyond skin
deep into the ever black recesses
As they dive
Into that mine
The darkness lit
by the intimate lamps of their smiles
The cut of those smiles
formed by soft mouths
The clarity of the love shining from their eyes
The carat
that weight, just right
matching the shape of his muscles
The throaty sound he makes in anticipation
of finding the motherlode
The sparkle and shimmer
illuminated beads of sweat
on their skin
Like diamonds
Sought after and found.

©Linda Imbler 2017

Bio:

Linda Imbler is the author of the published poetry collection “Big Questions, Little Sleep.” She has had her work published in numerous journals. Linda has poems forthcoming at Halcyon Days, The Beautiful Space and Bindweed. She can be found at lindaspoetryblog.blogspot.com. This writer, yoga practitioner, and classical guitar player lives in Wichita, Kansas.

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