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Sunday, June 11, 2006

Oeuvre

I obsess
ripping fingernails on the seven layers of my color
I've pronounced melted wax phenomena as birthday research
mobile muscle music greeting space
challenging a jug of water to drink its plasma
it's primitive candy
it's rare kiln baking eggs in African summer.
Do you know why a photographed smile receives reaction?
In a ballroom gown at its best
A lipstick monkey wears goulashes when it's drunk in the sun
filling beats per raps and taps, thump and thump,
ohhhh God!
Prove to me batteries manipulate two remote controls on a coffee table when you're not at home.
I relent to your scent
From your toe
to your knee
to your inner thigh
near your mmmmmm
that single pubic miss is more beautiful than a pageant.
Your fluent nova explodes with one single gaze.
I choke.
Breathing twice,
as my watery spirit ripples on my corduroy heart.
I'd tear a page from life to speak to you.
Blue suave alignment
In it's nature,
for you,
only you,
made my love.
Oeuvre.
Jonathan Butler
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