Tell me.

Tell me what you love when you think i am not listening

 

Prince is dead

purple rains

Bowie serenades

his orchestrated death

mid heavens

 

Virginia Woolfe scaled full circle,

then walked the ocean

alone, full pocketed, green Stones
Too much thinking;

too much beauty

 

not enoughs, Love
All those notes

All those letters….
What happened to Jeff Buckley

Echoes of after lives

Walked the Mississippi river

Said his goodbyes a lullaby

Of planning

future kings and his mother

Left waiting, still

 

Hallelujah, oh what a man

I would dive for

Licked lips shoulders lean

Thin skin tattoo left breast

And open, So very open
A jaw chiselled full of desire

So Full

I adore him

 

Toes bare in woods

He takes you places; You and I

 

Tell me what you love when you think I’m not listening

 

Shockvalue diminishes

Inside societal pressures

Full porters no one listening

anymore;

( Except the songbirds )

 

Gentle and grazen

rareity in our overfed

Undernourished world

 

Step outside in your glory,

Twinkle toes the sun,

Salute the moon,

her crescent head

and two stars as partners

Wonders you ought delight in

Oftens.

Actually.

Always.

 

Think of her in the tent in the mountains

Cold brimmed feeding torches

Students her wake

Angels escape

Fucking someone else complete

I like her nature though

Form seems gentle

I like her brazen

Heart seems scented

 

I like her i like her…
I like….
Life too short to scuttle dreams

Skirt edges

Hide senses

 

If you love her, tell her

Please

 

art is the holy consciousness

Binds soulbirds together
You know this  by now…

 

Tell me what you love

when you think I’m not listening

 

 

I love you.

I do.

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I do.
Anna

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