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Goodnight
By KellyIsHere on 03/29/2008
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Do not shiver in your spacious environment,

collect the heat from my thoughts in my ear,

cradle your curvy toes to keep them from becoming purple.

Tan your heart when seizing my words for yours,

all day long, taste them with your creeping taste buds.

Love the green dew drops I lick of your grass,

Little night flames have come out to fly in the garden,

I sing to the wind and make your knowledge adjusted to nature.

Cast me above this stinging air,

so that I shall know that I am alive.

Capture the star beings uncolored as the palest of celestial moons.

Care for the unknown,

for I cannot know myself as another can.

The spine is the instrument of mortal connection,

as I lay here I dream of it broken in three.

A piece that sets minds in its beliefs,

another that plays twisted music in my dance,

and at last,

the sexual creams that pour,

as if theres a gravitating moon above for my womb.

Seize my lips that speak nasty thoughts,

of the innocent myths of me.

You're like no other,

that is why I cannot be sane.

My dreams are in sunlight so you take it,

take the meaningless mornings away,

kiss me goodnight.



© By KellyIsHere On 3/29/2008 11:20:41 PM
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