Uneducated Guess

By Phalanx

Sometimes you have to stand in the sun,
Naked as a jay bird.
It just feels right this way.
A need to let the world pass through you and wave, takes over.
We say hello and goodbye in just one perfect word.
Existence is always new when you can do just, that.
You can make acceptions for the time you take to yourself.
It would be nice to not be by myself in this selfconcious moment.
I feel funny standing here with my stuff about the air.
Doesn't really matter for sake of saving face.
People see more of you than you realize.
I never thought anyone is that invisible.
Well, that's a lie.
I did for a while.
I've found myself changing my mind for pant's that fit.
I never understood designer jeans or underwear for that matter.
To rub your no no parts against expensive stuff is for people with more money than me.
I really have lost my sense.
I don't want designer, just someone who fits well.
Someone you can forget time with.
Two electrons spinning around the core of the world we built,
Revolving so tight in formation, we go nuclear.
This kind of love is how stars are born.

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Copyright 2016 Phalanx
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Author's Note:

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  • TropicalSnowstorm On Wednesday, April 6, 2016, TropicalSnowstorm (1702)By person wrote:

    I enjoyed this very much, and I especially loved the line "To rub your no no parts against expensive stuff is for people with more money than me". Holy cow, that had me laughing...excellent imagery and humor! Ciao, T/S Scholar

  • tmanzano On Sunday, April 3, 2016, tmanzano (219)By person wrote:

    "Revolving so tight in formation, we go nuclear." "This kind of love is how stars are born." ... Yes, this worked well for me. To end this way was a nice contrast against your designer rub. Enjoyed the read!!

  • dwells On Sunday, April 3, 2016, dwells (5656)By person wrote:

    Always good to know what we like and what we need, and I'm right with you on the designer duds. Same goes for people too, as was the simile you employed here so effectively. Keep fusing those hydrogen atoms and cheers! - Dan

  • Phalanx On Sunday, April 3, 2016, Phalanx (537)By person wrote:

    Thank you, Dan.

  • River Lily On Sunday, April 3, 2016, River Lily (1083)By person wrote:

    We're only as invisible as we allow ourselves to be ..the whole end part starting from "I don't want designer" to "how stars are born" is beautiful and breathtaking. The beginning has equally beautiful and brilliant lines. If you don't mind I'd like to save this one..I adore it. Scholar

  • Phalanx On Sunday, April 3, 2016, Phalanx (537)By person wrote:

    I'm honored, thank you.

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