Monday, October 17, 2005

Yellow-Tailed Romantic

A hare-less rabbit with no luck
Opulent senses devoid of smell
Impudent passions selfish in nature
A yellow tail blows to the east


The wonderful behind of your neighbor’s wife
Greener grass than yours
The gold you can’t find in the bowels of a silver mine
More candy than one can eat


Rhythmic passions
Poetic prose
Overly demanding sensual charades


A look of lightning
Tears from stars
Heavenly bodies pressed against beads of sweat


Hidden lovers
Open endings
Foolishness played upon yourself


Blush and bow
Squint and moan
Don’t move… but carry on


Inquisitive jealousy provoked by truth
Blind eyes still see clear
Can you see the length of a lifetime?
It’s short, but sounds too far


To tussle while light dances overhead
A heated waltz till moon beams turn to rays of sun



Radiance is often emitted from a smile

Fluid motions cleanse the soul
Give freely…
Ego can be lonely and cold


Spinal contortions that belong at home
New ones not yet seen
Ask me what I feel right now…
Contentment, begging to be free




4 Comments:

Blogger defiant goddess said...

Hmm. Much to think on here.

8:40 AM, October 18, 2005  
Blogger nosthegametoo said...

@ goddess:

Thanks for giving it some thought. I try to keep things interesting.

9:14 AM, October 19, 2005  
Blogger dragonfly of the night said...

Life is a "heated waltz"..beautiful poem..
Loneliness and sorrow..feelings from your verses..
Really impressive..this poem of yours becomes my favourite..it touched my soul..

11:11 AM, October 19, 2005  
Blogger Leesa said...

I like this :)

2:33 PM, October 22, 2005  

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