To Move You

To Move You

A Poem by Val Val

New one.

April 25, 2011 / 11:58 pm

I move mountains
In mind, drag dim
Thoughts through
Ditches. B*****s say
More sweet words
Than I doubt devotions
Spoken at four pm.
Past prime will find
Me melancholy for
Much needed nihilism.
I crave superpower.
Not to be invisible,
Nor fast, nor flight. But
To move you. In all
Senses. To find myself
Weightless and witless
In your presence. Preoccupied
With pouring pleasure.
Pushing pride to the side,
Simple touches between
Minutes of intense sensory
Overload. To move you
Yonder, to and fro, up and
Out and onto and into. Until
All that is left is me moving you.

© 2011 Val Val

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A piece came right from the bottom of the heart contained love, pain, affection, warmth but pain again as well. Nicely penned.

Posted 5 Years Ago

I'm moved...lovely poem...spoken word just flowing from mind's eye to ink and paper and it was breathtaking, love the inner couplet style, as well.

Thank you for sharing.

Posted 6 Years Ago

I like this poem - just enough words.

Posted 6 Years Ago


Posted 6 Years Ago

divine. to move someone is a writer's hope. A dancer wants to move the audience to tears, toss roses at their feet. An artist wants you to see beyond what the eye can see. A musician wants your body to react and yell : That's my jam! Let's get moved.

Posted 7 Years Ago

powerful stuff, if you don't mind me saying it succinctly

Posted 7 Years Ago

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Don't email me and demand I read and review your work. It's bizarre. Wake me if you like me, Wake me if you want me, Wake me if you need another poem. L'original style, au-del du blah bla.. more..

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