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Passion at the Drop of a Bone

Submitted by on January 27, 2017 – 8:35 am 4 Comments

Passion at the Drop of a Bone
by Meghan Tennison

Please, Arrest
my attention before i Faint
in your Holy presence
Cool down your hypnotic eye
i’m not ready for this
stormy abyss — Be Careful with what
you’re afraid of, wishing
for the wrong things in the wrong ways
the benefit of devilish details

You, my Dear
look intensely tense
Zoned-out & stressed
Stunningly disgusting, you look
Sad & Dead
at this rate, Valentine’s day will never end

there are incalculable reasons why
i Feel i Love you
you harbor a Heavenly scent
your aura, heavy, like liquid gas
what can i say?
you took my breath away
Give it back
this attraction is killing me
your magnetism has serious side effects
your rainbow-colored breath
wasn’t much of a warning

my soul resides in an empty vessel
with small offerings scribbled
noteslips containing the gross means
the meaningful meanings of my life
so far, mostly missing
disappearing, dropping into
the backyard cesspool
of instinctual desires

my vaginal cave salivates
with pheromones & oxytoxin for the 1st time
since that 1 time when
i gave birth to myself & everybody else
was sleeping & forgot
to record history

you Tease me with your Brain Waves
my atomic mass crashes
through your mountain ranges
you want me to take you
seriously, your yearning
as Deep as the
Grand Canyon’s Howl
i wish you the Greatest
Lakes to drown your resentments
purge your doubts
Restore the Star Light
in your Laughter

falling too fast to keep up
losing myself, missing out
on your Beauitful Songs
as long as i wait
Alone with my head full
aching, cracking, swollen
with cries&screams
from nobody nowhere
it’s all in my head
it isn’t Real

Let us meet
in-between the dark spaces
Kissing Shadows, finding our Way
through the impossible metaphysics
of our dreams

my mind plays hide&seek
with your mind, our feelings
our Will
Merges & Creates
this miraculous mess

who said we couldn’t
invent our own
Happiness?

4 Comments »

  • bzniditch says:

    A fine philosophical source of poetic reality.

  • cerebella says:

    wowee!- sexy compassion, as motivated through purity as ever. happy late birthday. : )

    • Meghan Tennison says:

      OMG I AM SOOO HAPPY YOU ARE ALIIIIVE!!! I THINK OF YOU ALL THE TIME, BUT I AM TOO BUSY WITH KOLLEGE KLASSES NOW & MY BABY IS ONE YEARS OLD ALREADY & I GOT A RESTRAINING ORDER ON THE SOCIOPATHIC MALIGNANT NARCISSIST SPERM DONOR & OUR COURT DATE IS THIS VALENTINE’S DAY & I MET A SELF-DEFENSE INSTRUCTOR AT GROUP THERAPY FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & HE IS REEEALLY INTO ME & LOVES MY BABY & MY BABY LOVES HIM & HE WANTS TO PROTECT ME & BE A HAPPY HIPPIE FAMILY & I AM FINALLY LEARNING HOW TO LOVE MYSELF & I HAVEN’T BEEN THIS HAPPY IN YEARS!!! I DIDN’T EVEN ASK FOR ALL THESE GOOD THINGS, I GUESS THE UNIVERSE JUST REWARDS GOOD KARMA!!! JUST TOOK A LITHIUM SO THAT’S WHY I’M TYPING IN ALL CAPS BECAUSE MANIA RULES!!!! I LOVE YOU FOREVER ST8CEYCAKE, KEEP KEEPING IT REAL AND BLOOM BLOSSOM LOVE&LIGHT UNICORNS&MAGIC BUNNIES!!!!!

      • cerebella says:

        karma freaks me out, ‘kuz i can get so absolutist on that shit. downside of buddhism. it reveals its religious architecture it shares with all the others i.e, non-protecting those that seek its protection.
        so i like thinking the energy we give ‘increases likelihood’ of receiving those vibrations, though, i think we store a lot of that stuff away. safe keepings. you, sweetest mama, are a powerhouse of loving vibrations if ever i’ve met one. i love them for all their vitality.

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