Dizzy Darling

Earth Day - Poem by Dizzy Darling

Gaia Tucked her belly in
stuck her toes to the pool
and shivered furtively
with passion,
while willow let down her
stringy hair and veil,
mother earth removed her suit,
laying bare under the mirror without care
she swam to the caverns to hence declare
“I’ve reached climax and must bear
for this is such shameful air
I came not twice but more like thrice”
while the suns golden melody
laughed with the mellow wood.
Earth swam cooing and splashing
the birds in the trees sought this no good
the seasons extended in moaning fashion

with neglect came forth
a dryness to earth
all lay dead without
the goddess in bed
the sun set down his blazing torch
and afterwards the earth was scorched

she thence emerged from chaos
and bore the starry heavens to cloth her

she wrung the water back to place
and gaily stroked her skin and fur
while beads of nectar kissed her face
She felt love, nobody could deter
pleasures rose in maidens toes
who frolic forth in virgin groves
they bathed each other and then arose
carnal passion in the deep repose
tears fell from the lost sky
The land was moist

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, July 1, 2011

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