Lindsay Jacobson

Rookie (30/11/79 / Thunder Bay)

You - Poem by Lindsay Jacobson

Enter stage right, born into my night
Voice in misuse while playing fast and loose
Malevolent enmity or a fork-tongued deity?
Hypnotize with eyes while I agonize in lies
Rouge of my heart really had me from the start
Sex appealed, feelings concealed, souls revealed
So many dimensions to my imperfections
Tortured by convexity, perverted with vulgarity, laughing at levity, floating through gravity
Intoxicated by inner peace, inebriated by a sense of relief
Find consolation is the soul's reincarnation
Devine inspiration of our ego's salvation
All the world's sorrows will be remedied tomorrow
Make all the reasons for pain seem a little more sane
Even if you never succeed in making all the lost sheep believe
You can be my Zeus with a hint of Dr. Seuss
I surrender my flesh for you to caress
Or scratch and bite and do what you like
Devour all night through my heightening delight
Revel in the sin of knowing my skin
Will you wait for time and space to deflate?
Or will you gravitate towards some other fate?
Cause you are to me what you want me to see
But whatever you do, promise you'll always be You

Listen to this poem:

Comments about You by Lindsay Jacobson

There is no comment submitted by members..

Read this poem in other languages

This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.

I would like to translate this poem »

word flags

What do you think this poem is about?

Poem Submitted: Friday, January 18, 2013

[Report Error]