Listless Desire

Listless Desire

A Poem by Brian McKinnon

She draws me in
Our souls akin
A listless desire
The embullas of Fire
An empty trunk
An open door
That scathing remark
A patch; No more
Forgotten yet remembered
Estranged by the adorned
Driving on deflated wheels
Embracing all the lure
Our fears embrace in balance
Illusions all endured
A cat that's lost
Alone and scared
Your sunshine smile
Reminding me of home
A generation tattooed
Earmarked and eschewed
A listless desire
The embracing of two

© 2017 Brian McKinnon

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Added on July 4, 2017
Last Updated on July 4, 2017


Brian McKinnon
Brian McKinnon

Toronto, Ontario, Canada