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Joseph Narusiewicz

Freshman - 1,164 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Love You More


Space between the kisses
Paris blue art
Color like the melting candle
Delivered from restrictive structure
Meaning in the relative streets
The times between the wars
Freedom like surreal gold wings
The mind is the greatest drug
I open to jazz like a hungry lion
Breeze washes through the trees
You are the Chloe of art
Bass notes rich with sultry life
Slow deep sax notes
Emotion brings new clouds
Opaque joy
Radiant past connected with narrow alleys
Universal light in sunsets of purple whispers
The baby cries in the other room
We always make love
We are sensuous rivers
Balcony dawn
French Quarter wrought iron
Parades that drift like a Dali painting
You are spring my love in Hawaii
You are Prague and Kafka
You are Monroe in silk stockings
Miles Davis and Coltrane make me love You more

Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2012

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