Peter Timothy McQueeny

Rookie (May 11,1983 / Kansas City, Kansas)

Cynical Love Poem - Poem by Peter Timothy McQueeny

goddess behind you
she's sweet like love
weak ships swim by
death loves eternity

a finger said go
the leg said to stay
opiate undulation

screaming wind
moan like water
drunk bed of pink
fast in the feet

his forest of you
i, me, our place
is like blow

you always leave, but you come back, you know

so none with these
one shadow shines

when we ask a lie
then whispers the knife
but say smooth dream

gorgeous mother incubate
boiling sky
rusting storm

yet cool skin
frantic white lake
under spring garden

rock my red breast of life eternal
what moment can need delicate recall
beg to be broken like glass

sad arm to worship you
think thousands in language
chocolate manipulator

live soar & trudge
symphony moon
still after the heave

be back in forever
i went to get mine

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 26, 2004

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