Feel

Feel

Come stand with me a while,
harness my breath into yours.
Weep your head upon my chest,
sinking sounds of ether,
wheeze into my name.

What is my name?
What is my flesh?
Make me alive –
let sensory’s roar rush again.

See my capillaries
Hear my flesh
Touch my vestibular
Feel my words

Seep a cold rush,
through heated moments.
Lighting solar lanterns,
set deeply in window caverns,
living a breathing game,
between each cavity,
waking fingernails –
clicking to gently glide,
across your finger hairs.

Pat them down,
lining them in their set direction.
Motionless, without my fingertip.

Thrashed from a dream,
heart agonizing in pleasure
soaring through each pump of your artery.
Spilling around in veins,
keeping flesh warm.

Soft brushes against my marrow,
flexible tissue bending at your voice.
Dancing red blood cells,
lyrics through rhythmic hematopoiesis,
singing to entrails keen on the engulfing feel.

About mindretrofit8

Sharing the twistings, and musings that twirl in my mind. Hoping others can relate, or at least enjoy... To know more about me personally you can visit my website at Mind Retrofit.
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6 Responses to Feel

  1. David says:

    You’re poetry has so much…I simply adore it

  2. Oh….fantastic!!! šŸ™‚ very nice, Angel…..I adore your work, too.

    • Angel says:

      Thank you Sam the wonderful! I do adore your work too! I will be catching up to your recent posts later today. I see more poetry!! šŸ™‚

  3. Your poetry has a certain ethereal feel to it, and you project out strong sensory and imagery….all the qualities I love in poetry….. I see some similarities between us…..very well written, Angel…
    Celeste

    • Angel says:

      Celeste, thank you it means so much to read these words. I really enjoyed and “felt” your lovely words in “Song of my soul”. I needed to finish my morning routine and was unable to comment. It is transcending and moved me from head to sole. (soul) šŸ™‚

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