Benediktron Stradsor

Rookie (Jalisco, México)

The Fertile Lightning Of Your Smile


Today i wish to link at your smooth earlobes
two simple sounds in their labile tremor
If i could reach your inner silence treshold
with a tender breath of fresh water and sun

I will retain you here
don't leave only your shadow
bitting my ear
the April twentythrees

When i approach again warmth at your legs
When at sunrise you sleep and leave me to dream
Dissolving in dew your graceful despair
When this featherbrained turn to be a song again

I will retain you here
don't leave only your shadow
bitting my ear
the April twentythrees

When finally i rip off your skirt made of fears
my saliva, my sap, will have a voice again
If i ran a marathon, if panting
of the harsh rage death reef i came

I came to see you, where you are?
don't leave only your shadow
bitting my tongue
the April twentythrees

If i could nest at the edge of an “i love you”
your smile in its wing and condensate it in warm
i would find a sense to the tendons i have
dangling to the future, awaiting....

Submitted: Friday, November 25, 2011
Edited: Saturday, November 26, 2011
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