Dreaming In The Southern Polar Cap Of Your Thin Arms - Poem by Nicolas GRENIER
You jump with joined feets
You draw a smiley face
You chew sugar free gum
A constant flow of air
Your hair damp and wet
Your opus 27,4
Your cotton pillow cover
You turn the door knob
A vanilla orchid
An orange snowfall in the county
A heart beats only across your chest
You come from the cedar moutain
Your raised eyebrows
As close as possible
Your baptismal font
A holy water
A starry morning.
(with a music of Bruce Leitch) .
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