tales from The Cherry Cadillac~

tales from The Cherry Cadillac~

A Poem by NoneOfYourBusiness akaKITTY KUTABAREakaCandyPole

I took her hand

she felt like me

warm

alive

mischief in her lovely eyes

pulled her through

against my heart

her pulse in mine

we unstrung time

our paint on fingertips

sublime

painting in a desert road

two souls entwined

on roads of prose

cherry Cadillac

there

purring

invitation

smiles

a yearning

 

we moved like water

desert sand

in ochre reds

the mind expands

behind the wheel now

speed and heat

laughter

lips

the music beats

into our feet

tapping out

rhythms

blooms in flare

buds sprout

in air

outside

in

myth unbound

 

breathing rain

eating every solar flare

break it here

on idle ground

canyon walls

mustang bound

humbled at the feet of Eve

through our Lilith interweaved

together now

on beaded spine

mesa in the distance

rise

hooves in prints

herd

grinding sins

her arms around my waist

she sings

 

dismount

I catch her in my dreams

so close now here

in lush reprieve

at hand

we stand

a tree in bloom

snakes in branches

sins in plumes

I pluck a fruit

the origins of sin

now mute

a hush

on her cheeks

cherry blush

between our lips

the apple red

her mouth

against its body pressed

and I in turn bow for a taste

unwinding scales from every snake

sweet

and liquid

chins pearled nectar

eyes wide open

eden in rewind

reopened

 

 

copyright:2010vssmd/amusemusepress

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

 

 

inspired by my lyrical RibTwin whose version of this love that is beyond gender or notions rooted in physics and laws of the universe can be sampled with the sweetest air here:
http://www.writerscafe.org/writing/Wildfleour/593121/

© 2010 NoneOfYourBusiness akaKITTY KUTABAREakaCandyPole


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It read like music, Selene. A gorgeous tune of life picturesque. It was playful, sensual, and very vivid. I could see you and M******* with the wind in your hair. I have to run over and read her write, and befriend her here. I haven't read her work in like forever.

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I read hers first: thanks for showing me the path to her kingdom of gossamer and gold. I've missed her word weaving, and had no idea she was here. Now on the this piece... It's like a mirrored reflection of the magic that resonated from her writing... a complete set with both together. I almost envy the bond you share... but I will smile instead, because it shines so brightly. A mesmerizing ride, a treasure to read...

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I loved this, im not one who like sad poems. Its nice to here a playful one.

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Sensual and Beautiful. I love this.

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This makes me want to go back to the painted desert... That's what this poem reminds me of... Me, a child again, and witness to something so pristine it could only have been made out of the love of "I" - the mind's "I". You already know it's well done, so I'll skip the...flattery...and move right on to saying...WOW! What a touching piece of poetry.

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. you're either gloss with a matte finish ... or matte with a gloss finish ... and none of us may ever know ... but your words are so finely chiseled ... yet they flow like wild brooks ... into a stream and out again ... these visuals are like visuals on film ... unforgettable ... fluid ... poetic ... and they speak across all barriers ... mesmerizing ... like a spell ... a spectacular spell ...

Posted 10 Years Ago


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everything contorts and explodes magnificently from your eye to mind to eye to hand and so onto the realm of infinites...

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1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

It's hard to find good poetry now that isn't always anger, angst, and depression. It read beautifully.

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This seemed like more of a chant than a poem. Like you were casting a spell on your reader mesmerizing and spellbinding. I really like the flow and your use of words for the most part. It's a bit nit picky but I didn't like the use of the word lovely to describe the eyes earlier on. Lovely is a limp word to me like nice or sweet. Other than a few differences in diction choices, this was quite a lovely poem :) Thank you

Posted 10 Years Ago


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As always very well done.

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I have to be perfectly honest with you...IT WAS GREAT! :D :D It was more like an experience than a read, I could see, touch, smell, taste every word. :)

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