Karin Holloway

In words you want

In words you want my sensations
To know your body's impress
Compression of my seizure grand mal.
Curtain between the words /
I cannot tell it all.

We flicker with the candlelight
caress the flames to fill our night
To be compete without insight.
It is the now of me, embossed by you,
enwombs the universe
blows a big bubble
encapsulating two.

Some part of me makes time stand still
then thrills cosmically, no longer two.
You have given me your world to sing
to harmonize my own.

Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2014

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