Desire - Poem by Ari Alsio
Feel the sea taste in the mouth
rivers sweet treeless bog
and the winds brought on by the heat
it will all be closed for a kiss.
Individual droplets in the ocean life
Divine euphoria over the shoulders
you kiss like a mountain kisses the sky
to climb as the wave after of wave.
I want more moisture
I want more contact
I want to stick forever
I would like to crumple you
do you want to kiss my feet.
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