Body [Poem]

Body

 

I have been naked

Of pits and subtle valleys
Landscape described by
the tug of air currents
And pooled into the Lake
in my Chest

Deeping coomb
Graze me with alien fingers
Fresh, wet evening mountain air
in curtains on the Lake
in my Chest

Map of waterbodies
Impressions dug to hold
My confusion
Drag me around silver peak
Make me aware of
Light exploration of my form
Soft running;
Follow curves,
Impossible lines,
Follow me.

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Body [Poem]

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