Restrain me because I want to bathe in your sun
I want a southern moon to shiver on you
From the naked shadows, I cast over you
Restrain me I'm like an applecart toppled over
Father, poverty is a gift
Ask any bird taking a rain bath.
Son, don't make's me laugh
There's nothing but rain
From my home beneath your window
By sight I love you
By divinity, I kiss you
By touch, I embrace you
Let me fall under some natural-disaster
The eye of a storm picks up the hereafter
Be felled as if by a random act of god,
Fleeting as an ocean wave;
Once, surge waters knocked us both for six. 'I know
And it is as if only-yesterday for me.
I held your hand in mine, a lifetime ago.
River street urchins
The gutters are swelling
[Waiting] for the sky—you, I
To reach—the storm drains of joy.
Do our dreams leave impressions?
Like fossils leave-footprints
why count our possessions?
With others be wolfish.
When rivers run cold, it makes you wonder if they were ever warm
Why we ever went skinny-dipping, swam naked in a thunderstorm
When fires turn to ashes, it makes you wonder did they ever burn.
Why was the air sulphur every other silent nocturne?
A river of stars
a bed of roses still in bud
we're but water lilies
learning to be rainbows
The still pools reflection, what clarity, within its deepest depths it holds?
Until a trouble mind bestirs, silts of time. Looking for what else unfolds.