Mikael Ejdemyr

Rookie - 94 Points (Borås, Sweden)

Salsa (A Bartender's Good-Night, Part 4) - Poem by Mikael Ejdemyr

Who's still hunting four-legged Words down entertainment streets?

ah with hesitation ancient hands are picking up drinking
numerous legs out for more wine / drunken pets' voices

the traffic sign says

the police are
sleeping ahead

So many voices / so many streets
eyes in the open entrance of adventure

an inner city of feeling / green desire's space
a refuge all lushly verdant caresses

thrilled animals up the flourishing steps of desire

Hips free to move down the narrow amusement streets of emotions / horse chestnuts rearing over the fence

no gods nearby just

us obscene issues of a lust unbound

Topic(s) of this poem: dancing

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 14, 2014

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