I cross languages

By Corinthian

I cross languages

I love him so much
that I could easily.
find his jawbone ,
buried within a pile
of broken skulls
crawling on my hands and knees
in the dark .









he is a king
and he comes when and how he likes
he asks no time of suitability
he says
I am here.


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Published on Wednesday, March 13, 2013.     Filed under: "Graphic Art"
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  • Cassette On Wednesday, January 3, 2018, Cassette (1206)By person wrote:

    this is beautiful...left me thinking; what about me could be identified if it was the only thing there...... missing your voice around here............

  • Mataron On Saturday, March 23, 2013, Mataron (33)By person wrote:

    Man that dudes lucky , you are a sweetheart Cori Eternal love “You walk on corpses, beauty, undismayed.” ― Charles Baudelaire

  • A former member wrote: Holy hell I just now noticed that you are in this image too !!!! That's amazing and hauntingly beautiful like two ghosts even more beautiful now !!

  • Star On Wednesday, March 13, 2013, Star (1185)By person wrote:

    beautiful poem for the guy you love.. wow cori.. lucky guy (:

  • A former member wrote: Beautiful Corinthian such a :stunning image and such deep loving words, Indeed a lucky Lad is he.

  • sheff On Wednesday, March 13, 2013, sheff (111)By person wrote:

    I love him so much that I could easily. find his jawbone , buried within a pile of broken skulls crawling on my hands and knees in the dark . For me this was pounding. Enough of the poem. The 2nd bit, while good, draws away from the power of the 1st. But the first.. bravo.

  • haunted On Wednesday, March 13, 2013, haunted (1189)By person wrote:

    that first stanza is just absolutely beautiful. i think ive studied and held my lovers skull enough to pick it out of an assortment of macabre. this feels very romantic and it shows the lengths one will do to be with a lost love. your poem really runs deep into an everlasting longing. excellent cori!

  • FadedBlues On Wednesday, March 13, 2013, FadedBlues (2938)By person wrote:

    ...Cori, your 1st stanza hit me right between the eyes. you commented that to me once, it's gratifying to see these words, your words, in a poem...

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