Thursday, June 06, 2013

Poem 66: Woman Worshipping

Woman Worshipping

Sordid chocolate woman 
trudges languidly through 
a luscious winter mist
   —tongue always bitter, and 
      dreaming enormously of 
      cool, sweet lust

Goddess vision
       symphony, tender, 
       panting petal—
delirious lather of 
need, worshipping 
a drunk void
of eternity.

© 2013, Hannah L. Six

Note: I wrote this poem about eight years ago and, as I'm not feeling well, just adjusted the formatting for tonight's post. 


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