On “morrow I’ll re-bleed hello


May the wind carry you to dance with your dreams,    

as the moon sighs...within your tranquil gleam,    

while the stars flip into split hypnosis

kissing the event blooming as a godhead horizon  swirling as a exhaled rainbow,  

drifting as a euphoric vapor  from your lips  

so serene in the sapphire seam,ravished by your  luna    I drop the dime  on my abduction to rescue myself  from  abandonment    


as your thunderous whispers are upstaged by my sucre roar, now....sleep within your virtue break the levees of your sin replenish thyself through others healing those who seem deemed to be redeemed,    


dream in Hades nightmare handcuffing Arcadia's sanity,    

ma plume, mon coeur,

saigne à travers ton stylo un paradis

nous exhalons cicatrices binaires menotté comme un  graal singulier,  

émietter nous saigner comme de la poussière de soie   pendant que nous réparons,

une blessure dans la lune cathartique comme je respire votre murmure dans le musée du silence nous attendons,   enlacés  pour un soleil affamé.  

May your suede drum always flutter  

and never scream as you always beam in a silver stream,    

maybe one day you and I can mingle   

as I catch your spark holding it forever

like a osmotic brevity shall it not contort from rot 

this tingle entwines,

within the strummed strings of filtered time 


as a double entendres regal caress.


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  • Author: Whisperingquill (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 1st, 2019 13:05
  • Category: Surrealist
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