Aida Santos

Rookie (02 August / Manila, Philippines)

Aida Santos Poems

1. Hope, In Triad 7/17/2008
2. Jabbed 7/17/2008
3. Upon The Unmarked Graves: Okinawa Prefecture Peace Memorial Museum 7/17/2008
4. Terror Of Summer 7/17/2008
5. Memories I 7/17/2008
6. Memories Ii 7/17/2008
7. Memories Iii 7/17/2008
8. Vaw 7/17/2008
9. For Lynn 7/17/2008
10. Alone 7/17/2008
11. Storm 7/17/2008
12. Notes On Pain 7/17/2008
13. July 7/17/2008
14. Astrological Binds 7/17/2008
15. Spaces 7/17/2008
16. Notes On Love 7/17/2008
17. You Picked Up A Knife 7/17/2008
18. Puerto Galera: 2 7/17/2008
19. Today 7/17/2008
20. Earthbound, Skybound 7/17/2008
21. Bureau Of Immigration, Manila 7/17/2008
22. Double Meanings 7/17/2008
23. Anticipatory Grief 7/17/2008
24. We Were Once Lovers And Sisters 7/17/2008
25. Arrivals And Departures 7/17/2008
26. Lines In A Morning Of Revelation 7/5/2006
27. I Want To Ask You 7/5/2006
28. The Jacuzzi Party 7/5/2006
29. Beyond The Bush 7/5/2006
30. Another Farewell 7/17/2008
31. Collateral Damage 7/5/2006
32. To The Young Women Walking The Path Of Feminism 7/17/2008
33. Grief 7/5/2006
34. Puerto Galera 1 7/5/2006
35. Loving Differently 7/5/2006
36. Saying Farewell 7/5/2006
Best Poem of Aida Santos

Saying Farewell

if you could only touch
the warmth inside my body
you will burn
as i burn with the look
from your eyes

if you could only
kiss me long
long enough
to hold my breathe
to memorize your tongue

if you could only feel
the cold that goes
through my spine
you will freeze
as i shiver with unspoken grief

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I Want To Ask You

I want to ask you:
When our bodies touch
Gliding like ice in a summer day
Hands akin to an eye
Watching the moistening skin
That covers the length of your back
And breast, and buttocks
Against the yellow light
Of the shadows flirting with the

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