Monthly Archives: January 2014

This one based on conversations

ACCELERINNUENDO Love is the fastest car, in which I ride, your passenger. Your hands are on the wheel. Gear shifting. And the pressure that I feel pushes me backwards. On the left hand side you signal, and then turn. We … Continue reading

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Another

PERFECT Love in the right way. Love her, watching her that she loves more than you, loves you as well. Let fools compare sweet jealousy to hell. A perfect love, though hard, will still prefer her happiness to yours, find … Continue reading

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AGAIN

LIPLOCKED We do not think of lips nearly enough. Of how a kiss comes close to break your heart when loving ends, yet also at its start. Kiss fingertip, kiss down almost to cuff and round the wrist, tell fortunes … Continue reading

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Another

DISTINCTIONS We walk a boundary. Friendship and lust and love are different things, sometimes the same perhaps a fourth thing with as yet no name. We talk and we consent and start to trust. Kissing your cheek, your neck. There’s … Continue reading

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A new poem

TENTATIVE There are no rules. There must be rules. Our dance hand touches hand withdraws. Eyelash on cheek Diffident. I once knew, forgot, my Greek Have to relearn this language of romance Archaic yet new-minted. Dreams that fade in halflight … Continue reading

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LAST OF THIS BATCH

THE WILD It is outside. You go there. Things occur that you can not imagine. And you change scale wet rocks without falling, cure wolves’ mange and make them loyal. Stronger than you were through crystal mountains, hungry trees you … Continue reading

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Today’s fairy tale prompt

ANOTHER WHITE DOE Each inch of her a dancer. Ear to tail language of moving gesture strut and stance. She runs and darts through space swift as the lance or arrow she avoids. One day she’ll fail but not today. … Continue reading

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