crowtalk

By Feral

...howling, as ever...

The lunar tides within call out;
each tiny moon individuated
by a myth, red as self:

To be unveiled possibility admist such laughing scorn
is terrifying;
I must run from this vulnerability. My escape
will be a thing of extremes:

Whisper.drawn to the long exposure'd cream
of the surf
to be opened before
this yearning intensity.

Eye to I, my rushing current.


{This pleasure of being
abnegated by
invading possession}


Tonight, I dance with
the wholly Other:

in honor of the intimate exchange
of redemption,
in homage to the potency
of reciprocity.


Megalodon,
who are you?

I have only held your teeth.

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Copyright 2016 Feral
Published on Monday, December 12, 2016.     Filed under: "Poetry"

Author's Note:

For the mighty wind arises, roaring seaward, and I go.
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  • Cassette On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Cassette (1251)By person wrote:

    You are one of the voices that I've missed the most.

  • Purposelessness On Saturday, July 8, 2017, Purposelessness (132)By person wrote:

    This was great to read, one of my favourites. Is the internal ocean larger that the external?

  • Feral On Wednesday, September 20, 2017, Feral (72)By person wrote:

    It's always bigger on the inside ;)

  • blue On Saturday, November 5, 2016, blue (1457)By person wrote:

    I still can't quite muster a proper response... that second stanza is just so so good... that will have to suffice. For now. ~b

  • A former member wrote: really love the mood painted by this poem, this one is one of the best ive read in a while, you really have something here...

  • blue On Friday, October 14, 2016, blue (1457)By person wrote:

    This is just..... Personally masterful. Truly your creation. I'll have to come back to this, proper. ~b

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