After The Red Armchair

Posted: November 28, 2012 in Uncategorized
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without your left breast

at the center

red armchair bare,

her form and volume

shaped out of non conformity,

yet erotic

in stony contours

sculpture out of place

i could make love to you,

armchair you are on your

own now,

that room

Pablo will not touch

or pick at cracking

eggshell blue walls,

vented upon canvas

room silent

in here lost,

blank windows with a view

that now lacks a coherence,

all for you

awaiting more buttocks

to compress your springs

reshape and accentuate

and bring pleasure

to a worn nothing

 

 

also thought of Pablo Picasso woman in a red armchair

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Comments
  1. wayne says:

    nicely done and thanks for sharing your words

  2. kutamun says:

    I think you definitely have opened up another chamber of the pharaos tomb , previously undiscovered , none of pablo p ‘s initials any where . Great stuff

  3. Lolly says:

    You create beautiful imagery with words. I love the last lines “awaiting more buttocks to compress your springs/ reshape and accentuate/ and bring pleasure/to a warm nothing.” Nice piece.

  4. shafiqah1 says:

    Reblogged this on shafiqah1 and commented:
    Bella, bella!

  5. rebelle says:

    I like that Picasso painting and your poem! You’ve made me want to see it again.

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