Morgan Michaels

Love Poem Without Commas - Poem by Morgan Michaels

Like twin ghazal of origin co-eval
each a brandish bound and confessional
falling satellite-like through the seven rings
of very little I quit balking to recall
futility of anything's everything:
the this-new-old-world-agricultural
all-clinging mache of meaning
dependable and workable

until until until
crossing the rainbow-constellation of you
then with a secret smile
space lit all its candles occultly colorful
as old crystal, prompting an indefinite while.

Now I'm a cat up the tree of your good will
firemen circle the base: breath-taking some;
soon they'll try to fetch me. What a pill!
Over there's a truck red as the sun
I watch all through my diamond slits-
axes axe. Ladders slope
reaching clear to a heartthrob big as the Ritz
that pennants flapping, even I cannot deny.

Heart you're a billibong
ringed by a fetid strand
wider than long
on whose reeking rand
chuck themselves up more-or-less prehistoric fish
that gasp themselves out-melt into the sand,
fuming a stinking nimbus
that rising, wick-like covers all the land.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 25, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, January 25, 2013

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