Cristobal Benjumea

Gold Star - 10,648 Points (190865 / jersey)

From Now On I Renounce, The Finite - Poem by Cristobal Benjumea

The things ive said
the sensuality grasped
in the etherreal
or a bit of what you fancy
in the wood, another triumph for sensuality
another normal animal
black, or white
coloured, or
anything in the fridge
or between the finite and the infinite
Form of the universe
you, me, you, me
All action
between, nothing and somethingness

Topic(s) of this poem: london

Form: Blues Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2018



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