My Unnecessary Body

My Unnecessary Body

A Poem by Katarzyna Anna Koziorowska

Why is passion avoiding

my fresh body?

Why cannot lust breach a door ajar?

Immersed in screaming,

I look for respite from salty words,

words tasting like

your trembling, moist skin.

 

Before I set out to find

deserted islands, before I sense

the source of your light,

I will have finished humming

the same ballad, the same song

of frightened tears,

of rapid breathing.

 

Take the rain pearl off my lips,

give me a completely random kiss,

a touch that strip me

of my unnecessary body.



© 2022 Katarzyna Anna Koziorowska


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Added on May 28, 2022
Last Updated on May 28, 2022
Tags: loneliness, life, soul, death, hope, light, emotions, love, fear, pain

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Katarzyna Anna Koziorowska
Katarzyna Anna Koziorowska

Olsztyn, Poland



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Hello! My name is Katarzyna Anna Koziorowska, I live in Olsztyn (Poland). I am thirty-one years old. I am interested in music and literature. ENGLISH IS NOT MY NATIVE LANGUAGE! more..

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