Steven Jacobson Reunion and other Poems

Poet’s statement:
“Reunion”, “Airy N’ Water”, “Sea of Gray”, “Elixir of Life” and “Bury Time”. The theme revolves around nature and the human condition, centering on whether the poem elicits joy, sadness, anger, etc. from the reader and poet and focuses on being spiritual on reflection.


the opaque endearing sky
wrestles with obscurity
as twilight descends. the
grayish white wash
sprinkles the heavens,
quieting the evening firmament
and starry back wash.
darkness sets in and
covers the earth as the sun
scurries and masks its retreat
relinquishing its hold on the earth
until another day. the night
opens outward and touches the
effervescent of stars that zoom
in and out of consciousness.
the season fosters an intense
reunion between light and
darkness which transcends
the world. destiny girding
one forward is ever ready to
promote a burning passion
between nature and mankind.

Airy N’ Water

the wispy willow like feathers we call clouds
sprinkling the blue sky. airy breeze
calming and collecting, peace giving yet piercing.
trees and foliage reaching and rendering liken to
motion picture. vast bodies of water,
showering and shimmering a still photograph,
mimicking moment to moment experiences.
the animals and fowl safeguarding and settling.
mankind speaking and signaling, sensing and securing,
communicating and comprehending.
child in us circling and claiming all children,
the right and reason to breathe air and drink water,
precious to our human vessel housing our soul.

Sea of Gray

a sea of gray covers
and creates a monolith
of perplex ability. the
earth eager to engage
with tantalizing results
of gigantic proportions.
forever, uniting and
furthering, focusing on
coloring the world in
perpetual, gaining and
gravitating, a slurry of
momentum and motion.
the heart plays a rendition
of rendering and romancing
God’s love, endlessly
caressing and coupling the
light of the world. the
intensity and interacting
between the heart and the
spirit melding with God’s
Spirit coaxes and circumscribes
its presence of love and grace
intertwining for all time.

Elixir of Life

the reconciling and reaching
tendrils of loving magnitude
touching the earth with the
golden orb. the elixir of life
enters and eagerly washes and
waves a portal newly realized
and reunited. a statement and
situation savors a complex
and completely crushes the world.
the motion and motor forever
cloaking and canvassing the
tapestry of the Great Weaver.
a moment suspends and surprises
the onlooker held in the moment.
a creation, captivating and catapulting
our sanctuary, ever inscribed in the
sea of spiritual contentment. a
lifetime of kaleidoscope and
keeping the heart by creating a coupling
between the indescribable testimony
from the indestructible moment,
forever apart of our lives.

Bury Time

the retroactive and retribution
blankets the world. a promise
and prospering note of noteworthy
consideration, drawing the drinking
body of water, forever touching
and treating each other. a rendition
and rectifying measure opening and
observing a bright light of ephemeral
proportions. a covering and circumstantial,
leveraging and leaving the recent and
remembering clock buried and bruised
an artifact we call time. moments
creating an unravelling and usurping
against the world held in bondage.
a motioning and melding track the
truth which measures a great and
glorious personification of dreams
and deepening love affair.

Biography Statement
Steven Jacobson was born and raised in the Mid-west graduating from UW-La Crosse, WI with a double major in Physics and Mathematics. He has attended (8) classes from the Loft Literary Center, promoting all levels of creative writing. Steven’s interest in writing poetry happened eight years ago, when he submitted a poem for Vail Place Newsletter for the mentally challenged.

Steven’s poetry has appeared in access press, calvary cross, linnet’swings, burningword, the glasscoin, nazar-look (romanian publication), praisewriters, enoiar review, penwoodreview, littleredtree and message in a bottle.

Steven Jacobson Poetry
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