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He's found
sacrosanct angel.

She is fiery
and without remorse.
Her every predestined
in his direction
seems to be
cloud like
fluid like,
as though she floats
her way into his soul.

Ethereal, whimsical,
all of the above.
How can he
make her come home?
Buried in his twisted wet pillow,
he cries for her in
the night.
Cries for her creamy
skin that is
so soft and
Her heated shell,
that leaves his fingertips
blistered from just a
slight caress.

Yet another villainous
celestial being
has invaded his blood

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The following comments are for "sacrosanct angel"
by theantipoet

This makes flesh...
...seem so heinous. I want to slough away my skin and become ethereal, but I'm trapped in this material form.

I cry theantipoet, where are you, in my sleeping and waking hours. Someone else responds.

I wonder, do they have innoculations to protect against these celestial beings?

( Posted by: DeletedUser [Member] On: November 29, 2006 )

sacrosanct angel
"She is fiery/ and without remorse." reminds us this does that celestial bodies give light because they burn... or that if we stare at the sun too long we go blind... to me this poem calls to mind a dangerous obsession, becoming an addiction, ultimately destructive... that can apply to a great many things, but here applies to flesh, and an almost physical dependency on beauty...

a very taut and intense poem this, the mind boggles why more people haven't checked this out. great stuff.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: December 2, 2006 )

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