lonely lovers

lonely lovers

A Poem by A BOUT DE SOUFLE 1960 _L' ETRE ET NEANT 1943

Run to me run with your body
Have open eyes and have open mouth
Hold me over silent night
With your scarf and long wet hair
Lay down there

Where snakes are lovers own skin
Shine and warm up cold corners
Music is your story and music is without glory
Play on my hungry body
With sharp teeth and soft tongue
Make my soul very strong
Sky can explode
To one love erotic point
When you carry me over your eyes
At white shoes you are hugnry and you are great
Muscles on your arms
Are shields for protection of my dreams
Strong like eruptions at sun
Come with me and stop run

Black sky with gold moon
At deep forrest
We walk like angels of shines
At eyes deep rivers
With streams of wish late nights
Peace at lips
We dont talk and we dont touch
At ocean of green leaves
We make love and kiss dry mud
Hare and rabbit at one den
You can see them like lovers at one beat
We climb on higher peak
Mountain of night crawling
There is house of mystery
And young girl with shotgun
And open skull
And close end

Symbol of love
On stone floor
Real blood like death
We stay and we make grave
Covered her body with flowers and poems
On her grave plent golden birch tree
Make her soul to be free
Reasons are made at minds
Pain are already inside
End we choose to make
We lost bellieve at own fate
We burn house with sparkl of dying star
Watch ashes like our death children
Empty space is lonely
We go back #
And feel cold wind

At cold river with death fish
We swim and we wash
Our dirty hands and our dirty minds
Naked for the stars
Summer is inside our bodies
On the road with no joy
Still like just two
Holding hands and holding without sense
Keep on the live
What is hide
And what cannot be never write
Or to be read
We are lovers
And we are loners
And we are happy

© 2017 A BOUT DE SOUFLE 1960 _L' ETRE ET NEANT 1943

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Added on March 4, 2016
Last Updated on October 22, 2017