Solitude Music With Flowers

Posted: October 23, 2012 in Uncategorized
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nudity dark and profound

thighs run with dregs of wine,

face and lips lift to light,

pour handful of tablets

into palm and fern fingers

from the cabinet,

her happening not vague or bland

she was on a road of melancholy thoughts

no guide or shelter,

emptied glass of bristle bent toothbrushes,

rinsed and drank,

clasped in different thoughts,

skin of breasts still dreaming

it was a blue shine happening,

she could not remember

if she locked handle on the door,

anger had stirred the piercing arrow

no horror in or upon her,

she now smiled,

he would be left with her frantic perfume

as returning to his job,

salesman dialing pointless nine to four,

ache and throbs descend,

she was not impulsive or feeble

the cafe had been a good place

where they had kissed in a moments flutter,

ease lifted torment

clarity cast it’s leaf litter,

in the sun she shall be now

assured of what went before,

be able to tell her friends

that shadow had gone,

her beauty could bite and gnaw

at the most innocent man

and score his heart with deepest feeling,

despite water and medicinal taste,

in her mouth salted peanuts,

close her eyes,

nourished by how jealousy mocks,

dresses and goes out,

covering those sky burnt eyes

  1. JulesPaige says:

    …palm and fern fingers…
    I imagine if she had a piano she could play the ‘blues’.

    I’m here:

  2. Whoa! Dark and sad, so much anger, angst, disappointment. Hope lost. You convey it all well.

  3. Laurie Kolp says:

    Wow. This line especially stands out to me: she was on a road of melancholy thoughts

  4. brian miller says:

    i am glad she got up and got out…some really cool descriptives in this man..the sky burnt eyes…frantic perfume….cool trip as you tell the story man…

  5. shafiqah1 says:

    Reblogged this on shafiqah1 and commented:
    This is a very good poem, it’s images clash beautifully…

  6. coconutspeak says:

    Long but worth it! Cheers to you, my friend

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