Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Chocolate Milk

Rich, thick
life and creamy
blown glass
touched to taste
cold metal
I'll hold you
on my tongue
a moment,
They say you have breadth
from blood
and they Say
hungry birds
would starve
in space


But the touch of your skin
on my lips is enough
we'll send them out


CathM said...

I read this a few times and I like it. I enjoyed how it comes over as a stream of conscious reflection.

Charli said...

Mmmmm. This poem makes me a little dizzy. I love the rhythm. I love the jagged edges. I feel as if I could have written this poem (which is very much the best compliment I can give!). I love the "stop"s and my favorite is this: "and they Say
hungry birds
would starve
in space"

And thank you so much for your comment on Broken Mannequin... By far one of the most touching and beautiful things anyone has ever said about my poetry. Thank you for that gift.

Linda S. Socha said...

Absolutely top rate. I love your writing

Anonymous said...

Lovely writing, you have -
I would like to present you with the Lemonade Award. Details will be posted on my blog shortly.

m. said...

I really really like this one...
guess who?