Love Makes The World Go Flat

Love makes the world go flat,
Sparkling seascapes sweeping out
From rolling downs of wide horizons.
Shimmering skies absorbing eyes.

by Tom Billsborough Click to read full poem

Comments about Love Makes The World Go Flat

Michael Walker 13 May 2017 06:18
A good play on words 'love makes the world go round'. You suggest the negative side of love in a tour de force.
Wild Flower 29 Apr 2017 01:28
Beautiful poem, Tom.......
Stuart Munro 19 Apr 2017 04:43
Tom, love this poem, I'm putting it on my poets list
Rod Mendieta 28 Feb 2017 08:37
Wonderful. I too very often long to be embraced by absolute silence, having to put up with too much noise these days (right now there's a van going about with a megaphone blaring endlessly about their fresh-from-the-farm eggs!) . I will rate it with a 10, though I know Tom doesn't need my points, having already busted the scales. On second thought, if the blokes from 'Spinal Tap' did manage to go to 11 in their amps, why can't we go to 7 here? Will have to talk to the webmaster about that. Only drawback: now I'll have to keep on reading more of Tom's poems, just when I had it in my mind to sit down to work! ... Rod
Luo Zhihai 28 Jan 2017 04:43
A pretty poem. Love, seascape and hope. Blue sea in our heart.
Bharati Nayak 11 Nov 2016 08:52
Love is so vast- - - - -Wonderful poem of love- - - - - - Thanks for sharing.
Kim Barney 04 Aug 2016 01:13
Irresistible title and great poem, Tom. First time I have ever seen the word 'orison' in a poem also, but had no trouble with it because it is similar to both the Spanish and Portuguese words for prayer. oración (Spanish) oração (Portuguese) I like the idea of love making the world go flat, in other words making it easier to get to your loved one. I will be reading more of your poems.
Bri Edwards 01 Aug 2016 10:47
so that's what did it! ! ! now to read the poem-with-the-catchy-title. ========================= i don't recall ever hearing of this word. maybe i should have paid more attention in church? ? or·i·son ˈôrisən, -zən, ˈär-/ nounarchaic noun: orison; plural noun: orisons a prayer. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - if i read it straight through, i like the sound of it. but i confess i don't think i understand it. does love overpower things around it to the point of making the Earth seem flat? or meaningless? or does flat mean boring, rather than meaning f'lat as in a two-dimensional object [if there really is such a thing]? ? even a piece of flimsy paper has a thickness after all, so isn't it three-dimensional as well? hmm? :) i think i've always had some 'trouble' with the word love. i use it very sparingly for people i love, and more liberally when referring to ice cream and birds. bri :)
Shrutika Kahale 26 Apr 2016 02:37
a beautiful piece of work, well done
Dr Tony Brahmin 16 Apr 2016 01:28
Our desire and hope to gather in The supportive silence. We grow like giant statues In our love, so tall, so motionless, In our embrace. a wonderful and beautiful description in pictures of a great love experience. love this poem. tha nk you dear poet. tony
Norah Tunney 13 Apr 2016 03:54
Such an original title, it caught my attention Tom. What a marvelous poem I love the line shimmering skies absorbing eyes I had to get a definition of the word Orison What a beautiful word. Pin am enriched by these words. Thank you Tom
Subhas Chandra Chakra 12 Apr 2016 05:24
Our desire and hope to gather in The supportive silence. We grow like giant statues In our love, so tall, so motionless, In our embrace. Nice lines. Thanks for sharing.
Anil Kumar Panda 11 Apr 2016 09:05
We grow like giant statues In our love, so tall, so motionless, In our embrace...... is so beautiful. Very nice.
Edward Kofi Louis 10 Apr 2016 01:48
Of wide horizons! ! ! Thanks for sharing.