The Beckoning Poetry Post Page

Poetry by Michael Baribeau

Added 13 April 2001

This is a section where I post poems sent to me by people who have found my site and wish to display their own works. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

This poem is by Michael Baribeaut


We lie together still purring
From undulant's fading echoes.
Barely covered you bloom into
A feline sunbeam stretch.

Playful nibble tugs tease
The breezy sheet down liquid skin.
Night's umbra drape cast off your body
Shines my eye glow dawn within and without.

Glee flutters between us
With your arched back and parted lips
To hope so obvious a lure works
And that so obvious a lure does.

BIO: Michael Lee Baribeau (Bear-rib-bow), aka Woeisme. Born 1964 in and still a resident of Michigan, USA. Presently living in the small rural town of Coral with my recently wedded wife Dawn who is expecting with our first child due March 2001. I've worked in my family's jewelry repair business, I affectionately call the "Family Curse", as a bench jeweler over the past 18 years. I also moonlight as a professional videographer taping weddings, lectures, and the like.

I have always enjoyed listening to music and reading poetry but a few years ago I had an epiphany. I actually heard for the first time what a violinist was trying to emote in his performance which truly moved me to the point of shouting aloud, "I get it!" (it was a recording thankfully:-) After that I started having a deeper understanding of metaphors of what poets were trying to express as well. Now I no longer enjoy these arts- instead they are a passion!

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