William Waterway

Rookie - 54 Points (Organic Farm)

Air - Poem by William Waterway

I see you
watch your breeze
play with grass, leaves, swaying trees
a choreography of dance of being
composed long ago by cosmos

I hear you
whisper secrets in my ear
listen to your rhythmic melody
waves of wind with armature sublime
joined by thrumming oceanic heart

I feel you
caress my face with invisible grace
gently fingering or violently whipping my hair
your coolness slips across nostrils and lips
mindful of being born with every breath

I smell you
on sheets hung to dry under clear sky
clinging bouquet of life’s scent magnificent
molecules of fish and weed born from rolling surf

I taste you
in omnipotent sea salt ambience refined
in smog-cluttered space farted from mechanized bowels
in expectorating odors emanating from those exsanguine

I dream you
as I fly within the ether
lifted by your spirit into places high
as I escape dark gaudy realms below


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 26, 2011


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