by JOSEPH BRYANT (Italian Stallion)

Assaulting life’s essence –
a diffused and wrinkled love
lingers in the depths of sea (you)
destroying the once standing,
destroying the lines of life (me).

Rigid wires embraced by plastic
strung upon fat wooden straws.
Touching ground, electrifies,
touching you releases my pride.

Smacking the ravenous,
I cause an outrage
while trying to stay a float.

Splashing. Zapping. Embracing liquidation,
natures endearment turned vicious
as the tears of the world swallowed me.


© Copyright 2009 By: Italian Stallion

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