Kay SevignyPfeiff


Crystalline - Poem by Kay SevignyPfeiff

No words
one bed
two souls
and an understanding
that all there is
is now,
a perfect, crystalline cocoon
where time eddies amidst the sirens
A mid-city womb.
Where heady gazes heavy linger,
laden with unspoken fruit,
and breath slips over parted lips in suit.

A crescendo of tidal energies, intertwined,
bitten,
strained
setting flight to lands unnamed


Fingertips on fingertips
a languid, lazy leg,
draped gently over over supine form
no words
two souls
one bed


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013


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