Treasure Island

bypass the muse


Summer Love


poked ribs
fairy mist
stars swooning
I giggle
kicking
thrashing
cheeks powder pink
lips sweet watermelon
yanking your hair
crow feathers
gleaming
eyes bright silver fish
soften to blue
hands grow still
parchment moon
radiant
your copper kiss
explodes
tickled speechless
rolling
rising
running
grass strewn
firefly spattered
hoping you'll chase me

Submitted: Monday, November 14, 2005
Edited: Tuesday, September 19, 2006
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