Aeronius D. McCoy

Rookie - 379 Points (December of '83, Year of the Swatch™ / aboard the flying gunship Reagan)

Between Two Mouths - Poem by Aeronius D. McCoy

You laugh without knowing
the golden expanse between,
How it stretches through rooms
To depths unmet and finds rest
In silence, dusk and night in annex

Our bodies of gravity and grace
Tell of traumas and injuries
Memory's silhouetted remains
The ankle put under knife thrice
Metal plate to mend, removed, now scar as badge

The remains, a smile among landmines
Each laugh on sporadic fuse
What's gilded glistens in morning
The anxiety and release of guided hand along your badge
Feel here, you say

Billiard balls crack in a bar
A dance's sultry ache
Snapped back to present
Waltzes infinigmatic, undressing
Itself of bodies

The golden expanse between two mouths
Could show: victories and heartache
A funny tale of whom
Each word a scinttle on unstrung lyre
Dewdrops along astral planes.

Topic(s) of this poem: mystery

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 16, 2016

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 30, 2016

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