Treasure Island

Samantha Campbell

(July 2 1979 / ohio)

Speak


Speak
surround
sound

So sharp
you get a
paper cut

Speak the sound
of poetry

So loud it wakes John Keats
from his eternal slumber

Speak erotica
so hot Anaïs Nin's
Delta of Venus
seems tame

Speak

Let your
heartbeat
sing its rhythm
in deep metaphors

Speak
the echo
of poets
to spit shine
these lyrics

Speak
of unmet
desires

Somewhere Between
your Lips and my Legs

Surging violet veins

Liquid fire
lava's inferno

I'm trying
to pry open your
s i l e n c e

Hear me speak
the orgasm

Within the core
of my pen

Preparing
to discharge
a flow

Of enchanted ink
upon this page

Every syllable
broken and blurred

Shadows flicker
in the dim candlelight

Slumber the thirst
of insomniacs

Ink the drink
of poets

My body's
eager blues

Speak

Spread the word

This virgin speaks
circling around stanzas
a symmetry of sound

Cum to me
let me hear
you speak
with full
flushed
crimson
lips

And a quick
slick tongue

~Speak~

Your vocabulary
slurred blurred words
c o n f u s e d
speakers blaring
double D's rhythmically
bouncing to the
S O U N D

And intoxicated
blue balls
b e g g i n g

'I may be a virgin ingenue
but I'm notoriously known
for narrating nebulous notes'

Cause I'm
L e v i t a t i n g
far above
and beyond
the horizons
of thought

Howling hard
yelling at the moon
linear lyrics

By Samantha Campbell

Submitted: Thursday, June 21, 2012
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