i embraced this pain

untouched by the morning kiss,
a throbbing churning exists in the epicentre of tongue,
a lust, a toothache
starting from my red lips, a reflection of sunset charms
this pain is my baby now, spring’s soft song,
a hush raindrop patting my cheeks.

my two red feet,
conducting a juice of ache,
my pain of body, the missing inch of a finger.
a decoration of walls now,
i embrace the moments of white-faced love now,
my body of thorns,
a galaxy of orange breaths.
i become sunsets dripping blood moon.


 

16 Comments

  1. D, you know how much I love and adore your words and your imagery. Today’s piece is no exception. But the pain was so whimsical, if pain can be whimsical…, and then I read this line:

    “this pain is my baby now, spring’s soft song,/
a hush raindrop patting my cheeks.”

    It was such a subtle shift in the poem but spoke volumes to me internally. Wow. 🌟💜 ~K

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  2. “untouched by the morning kiss,
    a throbbing churning exists in the epicentre of tongue,
    a lust, a toothache
    starting from my red lips, a reflection of sunset charms” beautiful imagery with deep sense of distress..these lines are good start .Then you wrote one epic line”this pain is my baby now, spring’s soft song,
    a hush raindrop patting my cheeks” THE PAIN IS MY BABY…wahhhhhh…outstanding…superb..to write these kind of lines there should be some genius tinge in you..without that you can’t write this post you are gifted with this👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏..impressed a lot..and beautiful line hush rain drops patting on back..this is soo good. “my two red feet,
    conducting a juice of ache,” conducting juice of line..another brilliant line…I always wonder with your brain..the way you perceive things in unique way..” I embrace moments of white faced love”this is another beautiful lines..like how you stuck to white walls when we are sad…ending was too good with dripping blood moon…even though poem is h
    Short .it’s nice

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