Precious mountain pool by Terry Cummings


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Precious mountain pool
I swim within you
In moonlight
Naked, submerged
Rising as veneer
To take breath above you
And dive again
Hearing the silence
The immensity
Drowning

Your secret I found
While wandering lost
Hidden and still, alone
Waiting faithfully
For me

Ripples beneath my touch
Welcome my fingers
And I drink from you
Purity
Clear

Precious mountain pool
I give my whole
To warm your depths
If but a fraction