Ice-Cream Delight

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A dream of snow

Smile of forgiveness

Drizzled rainy morning

Frozen to my soul,

Cold to my touch.

Innumerable pleasures

White and pure

Unbearably refreshing

Like being immersed

In a waterfall of love.

Washes my soul

With winters ice

All anxiety subsides

As I  savour your delight.

Evaporating pleasure

Silent and pure

Joy for the moment

Slowly drowning

Into a vanilla communion.

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Written for Poetry Jam

 

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8 Responses to Ice-Cream Delight

  1. Mary says:

    There is nothing like ice cream for refreshment. Especially so – the white purity of vanilla ice cream. A joyful communion indeed!

  2. Gabriella says:

    Ice cream is one of my favorite dessert and I have sweet memories of the first time I ate a 99 in London!

  3. Rajlakshmi says:

    Indeed delightful 🙂 I love vanilla Ice cream too

  4. Rallentanda says:

    Best description of ice cream ever. Loved it!

  5. Brian Miller says:

    a vanilla communion…ha…that is awesome…smiles.
    i rather like fruit flavors in my ice cream….strawberry, raspberry….mmmm….

  6. Donna Smith says:

    Oh, no. Thanks. Got to go raid the refrigerator now for something “unbearably refreshing”!

  7. peggygoetz says:

    Wow you really get a LOT out of ice cream! Makes me want to have some to see what I might have been missing! Glad to see you around.

  8. Wonderful write, Alan! I’m also a sucker for vanilla ice cream…

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