GRANT FRASER

Rookie - 575 Points (JUNE 7 1964 / ABERDEEN)

Naturally Profane


I like....
best!
and the most
memorable and decorative one,
a dark jewel!

But you know,
it's a key if you ever need it...

I'll hide it on the top
of the door of the mansion
with the big ugly face,
that nobody has found yet,

Trick it fell like a brick
from my mouth,
Do you like magic?

I can make things disappear,
sometimes I can't even find myself,

There you go,
a chance to see what's there
behind the mechanisms


II


Lets do this one in B&W,

A boy all alone, on the hills
of time,
what is that - why do I feel so weird?

For I want to get lost in a strange
silent forest, where no one can see...

Apart from the insects, rodents and birds,

Until I can undress, feel more with it!

And nature you can out now...

My thighs are milk bottle white,
so ripe and supple,
and here's a very small clump of hair,

While everything grows lovely & weightless,

As I walk intently through leaves,
and beyond the sky stands the throne of time
itself,

Life!

For one day,
it will all come to pass,

These hot moments
pounding in your blood!

Submitted: Sunday, March 17, 2013
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