A Sweet Fragrance - Poem by Raymond Finnegan
Never ending love novels.
Old replaced by the new,
an old kiss traded for a new one.
taped and concealed.
Will soon deteriorate and spill out.
Out onto the crystallized surface.
The body works in unison to an irritating long healing process...
unfolding the past into a hailing storm.
Descending tears of carelessness.
Swallow the unforgiving intoxicating manipulating chemicals.
A lovers touch an amphetamine circulating oxygen molecules.
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