Nineteen Steps – Ivor Steven

A beautiful poem.


I’m not blind

look up


upon spiralling

warm air

a golden leaf


like a dove


heaven and earth


on a sea of love



a golden angel



oh, love

aren’t you tired yet

Ivor is a part-time plumber, former Industrial Chemist, and now a serious writer of poetry. He has had numerous poems (not books) published, in on-line magazines. He is an active member of the Geelong Writers Inc., and recently Ivor was appointed to the ‘Go Dog Go Cafe’s’ writing team, as one their new Baristas.

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2 thoughts on “Nineteen Steps – Ivor Steven

  1. Wordcipher

    Does love get tired? Certainly (or not). But it’s beauty never fades, never tires of a guest to share of its fame, or it’s gloom or its expanse. All I am saying is that love always wants to share, and waits daily for who to share with – share the steps and if you choose to count, you may never get to nineteenth. One might even be too much and it doesn’t seem to follow nominal values.


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