The Way I Do It.

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My Phospherent body of raisin skin
 moans and swells like a process of Spirituality
 with fingers clinging your mouth,
 your scars, your lips, your teeth
 and your heart of surrealistic reverie.

I become a thunderbolt,
 in the opulent windows of dreams and smiles
 wearing your white shirt, I swing.
 I swing like an autumn leaf,
 cascading down your throat,
 that black spot on your chest
 You thump and palpitate my arms.
 Spring is born between our naked lips.

The temperature of cold walls crack
 in the slices of Orion blue.
 A stardust drinks the entire Constellation
 Life trembles and illusions occur.
 I breathe you somewhere between
 the spaces of my index finger and my thumb now.
 I wear your sins on my mercury tongue
 levitating branches and seeds of satisfaction, darling.

Β©MVS

117 thoughts on “The Way I Do It.

  1. Very well written.
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  2. This took me by awe.
    You are such a poetess an enchantress ❀️❀️❀️❀️
    I didn’t say you poetry for no reason 😍😍😍😍😍😍

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      1. Oh my gooodness. I had no idea you thought of my poetry that way! Wow. Thankyou so much. What a wonderful compliment. But I think of your poetry that way too, because it is raw, and honest, and very descriptive and you always use words so cleverly. Thankyou for your great poetry x

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      2. Dear Lorraine, I am truly in awe with your words and verses. They are so lucid and flowy, one can easily feel the emotion behind it. So yes, you are amazing.

        And you are always welcome girl.❀️

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  3. Very well done, as usual, my friend! I believe my favorite lines have to be “The temperature of cold walls crack/ in the slices of Orion blue.” You’re a gifted poet, who I always look forward to reading!! ❀ Kelsey

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  4. I see you’ve been reading the surrealism link I sent you.

    These lines blow me away:

    “A stardust drinks the entire Constellation
    Life trembles and illusions occur.”

    Your work is always in search of a higher element that you connect us as your readers and come out the other side as feeling safe and inspired. πŸ™‚

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  5. Okay, this is amazing!

    “I become a thunderbolt,
    in the opulent windows of dreams and smiles
    wearing your white shirt, I swing.
    I swing like an autumn leaf,
    cascading down your throat,
    that black spot on your chest
    You thump and palpitate my arms.”

    I love this! It flows exceptionally well and is so very well-written right up to the end.

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  6. Any reader who doesn’t feel an electric charge resonating from your words… is probably dead already. Epic piece … when you do this I’m on my knees. β™₯️β™₯️

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  7. Every single phrase of it has touched my heart! And I hate that whenever I love a writing so much I forget what words I should use to describe how I felt! But it was beyond beautiful!

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  8. This is like a rejuvenation of the whole universe. It’s a stupendous verse. It’s too good to be true , Devika. You are an amazing and prolific writer. Honestly , no one like you. This blew me. Can’t stop raving about this.

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  9. My goodness! What a beautiful use of metaphors and smilies. Truly spring is born in the opulent windows of dreams and smiles. Letting the stardust drink the constellation. And wear the sins on the mercury tongue. Beautiful πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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