Street Lines and Red Curbs

Street Lines and Red Curbs

A Poem by kera moondust

inspired by a friend of mine. =)


Your eyes are love drunk supplements for feeling

Clashing with the dirty sidewalk

And tar paved roads


You’ve got this saunter in your step

Something of a sway

Wind across tree tops

Ocean waves

And steady paced blizzards


Your lips are glossed

Heated and baked by sun streaked sweltering heat

Melting off the pavement

Reverberating into cold cauliflower eyes

Mixed with leafy shade trees

And cigarette smoke sky’s


Your body mirrors the sun

Light scorching finger tips

Caressing a broken heart

It’s a city


Your lips are red curbs

Your chalky dirty skin the sidewalk

Cherry red nails scrapping black tops

Your curves are skyline horizon

Hair bark colored branches moved by your environment

Tears like picture of stars unreal


So San Francisco girl

Ocean water salting your skin

Crystalizing and sparkling in the sun, coarse straw like hair

How did you find me here?

In this dry desert air, cracked lips

Burnt like images into plasma

Mastering the pieces of your sky deep existence


Yellow lines pass over your curves

Leading to places where the sun can’t burn

Somewhere on your pitch black existence

Like miles on your red curbed road


Glasses adorned your cigar smoke eyes

City girl is my ghost

© 2012 kera moondust

Author's Note

kera moondust
everything here is intentional

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Nice, descriptive words......An impressive scene in explained.

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Added on September 15, 2012
Last Updated on September 15, 2012
Tags: cigarette smoke, eyes, cauliflower, cold, sky line, city, lights, sun, pavement, red, curbs, street, lines


kera moondust
kera moondust

San Francisco, CA

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