Monthly Archives: February 2014

And for Valentine’s day

THE SCEPTIC ON LOVE ‘You say there is a pounding in your brain, an aching hunger; it’s not in your charts when we examine you. And broken hearts are physically quite sound. You say there’s pain and yet you function … Continue reading

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Not the last, but a closure poem

CONTRACT These poems are the contract with my Muse Both goddess and the one for whom I yearn – in tousled sheets unfaithfully I burn. I am the suitor whom she will not choose Nor will pursue her. I know … Continue reading

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Another

STRICT My poems are not what at first was meant. The stubborn words and rhymes pull me away from what at first I thought I wished to say. What’s said is almost that, but curved and bent pulled firm and … Continue reading

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A quicky before going out

RESTRAINT Anticipation is love’s better part that never disappoints, can never fade because unclimaxed. It remains afraid that fear adds urgency to beating heart to shuddering cunt. I know the taste of skin your hand or cheek or neck, but … Continue reading

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This took ages to write – had to tear it down over and over

SHARED I love in you selves that I was, might be, or might have been if things were otherwise, that are so you, since sometimes in your eyes I see a mirror. To infinity it stretches, features morphing into mine … Continue reading

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A third and then bed

SAPPHISTIC I watch the night. Can see, not tell, the stars like nameless beads. And now the moon is set. All nights are nights without her. I forget as hours pass in rain the splash of cars marks that I … Continue reading

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I should have written this a couple of weeks ago..

POTION We lie so much, pretending to be chaste. No quiver and no blush. We keep our face poker chip cold, sat in the sticky place our heart’s become. And then we come unlaced. Something undoes us. It might be … Continue reading

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