DriftElectric flashes upon the skin;reflections of fear's loving advocate.Infect me white and loud,cracks of rumbling noise rollingover brittle bonesmaking me a beautifulO c e a n.and how he loves to rock within me;a sailboat on blue tremulous waves, waiting for tsunamis.
02Acidic words linger on silver tongues,A delighted whip of cruelty's favor,And I, my love, am cruelty's song unsung;A tormented soul so simply captured.That which is soft doth turn apprehensive,Colored submissive by mere act of thought;Thou who batters leaves keen hearts held captive,And coats tongue rancorous with souls distraught.But thou, sweetest love, stunningly capture:Ensnaring within thy faultless deceit,A spider weaving web down to fiber;A goddess of things held false and discreet.And once seduced with thy silky poison,I observe that passion merely sharpens.
Hollowing My HeartYour fleshly home
I crawled right in.Vein and artery cradled meWithin open womb;The origin of safety and adulation.and so I burrowed, nestledexcavated:finally accepted into your heartand bodily corners
Where you could never l e a v e me, Where you would always l o v e me.I bound myself to you,and became your everything.
If Love Would Leave a LegacyYour lovely crystalline bones,wrapped tight inside chilled casing,laying strewn against old cherry woodwith company of lover's notes upon your lower lip;a last caress of parchment as we bury you in earth.Goodbye my love, Goodbye,words that refuse to leave lips chapped and clamped in mourning,as silent and white as knuckles curled in trembling fists.Reddest rivers slink sultrily down tight airways, filled with aching hunger,and sliding alongside sores of salivated lies,where I swallowed all my silent sobs in concurrence withthese barbed and yearning sentiments.It was nowhere near enough.Regret shall rid unsightly bones until somedayreunion brings souls superficially together;adjoining beds of cherry woodwhere I can desire you to depths of resolution.and it is nowhere near enough.