Kuda Bondamakara


A Valentine Song for Tracy


Dance, once again for me Tracy
A dance that only I may see;
Lurching well above my faint knee
Wriggling your body with ecstasy

This desire, tie it on a love tree
And heave it in the deepest sea
Where no mortal can set me free
Till you come home with the key

Run, run fast for me, Tracy
Beyond all, beyond the Dead Sea
Into the arms of your only addressee
That there may be nothing more to foresee.

Feed me from the palm of your hand Tracy
Your cooked nourishment which is tasty
Until you see in me an insignia of your pregnancy
Before the clouds above take a spree

If you will, let me serenade for you Tracy
A carol that brings joy to your face
But when ghastly silence makes your heart race
Lo! I’m watching from the dark every move of your dance

Submitted: Tuesday, February 18, 2014

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