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Thanks, Man, If She Doesn't Call


frail hands
that hold me
by dawn's final light's
fireflies and dream dragonfly dreams
is a carefully worded grasp on eternity of 5:18 p.m. womanís face veiled
in her favorite red scarf
from a music video
that reeks flesh
more songs

making love
to wet tongue
in my place asking
fire-light's furnace and fiery face
lost being by Godís nobody-knows-what style I will wear today's plaid
suntan smiles when she arrives
listening every uttered word
on my phone
he gifted

frail hands
making love
that hold me
in my place asking
by dawnís final lightís
fire-lightís furnace and fiery face
is a carefully worded grasp on eternity of 5:18 p.m. womanís face veiled
lost being by Godís nobody-knows-what style I will wear today's plaid
in her favorite red scarf
suntan smiles when she arrives
from a music video
listening every uttered word
that reeks flesh
on my phone
more songs
he gifted

frail hands
lost being by Godís nobody-knows-what style I will wear today's plaid
he gifted

------
Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary. -- Sir Cecil Beaton (1904-1980) English photographer


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The following comments are for "Thanks, Man, If She Doesn't Call"
by Idomis

Enjoyed this
Nice montage of words and images - lively. I enjoyed this work on an intuitive level rather than logical.

Not sure how you constructed this piece - at times it has the feeling of a sestina, at times it has the feeling of the Gyson/Burroughs "cut-up" method.

I guess I could simply say I enjoyed this piece like I would a piece of abstract art.

( Posted by: gomarsoap [Member] On: June 4, 2004 )





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