The Inevitable Return

By wannabe_rebel

I keep asking myself why
I'm back here laying at your side,
with the smooth pulse of the bass
and the feel of your face.

You trace your fingers
along my spine,
I can't help but ask myself why.

The pale blue of your eyes
is less like the sky
and more like the ice on the lake.
Like the lips of a drowned girl,
or the delicate blue curl
of smoke that you let
through your mouth, from your cigarette.

You can't stop biting my neck.
I can't fix the emotional wreck
going on in your head,
so we'll lie in this bed
and pretend
it's not already dead.

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Copyright 2005 Kristin Hubbard
Published on Tuesday, July 12, 2005.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • capt_funguy On Friday, September 2, 2005, capt_funguy (807)By person wrote:

    the " drowned girl" made the blue vivid with a little startle .. the others mentioned " flow " .. i agree completely ... but more than that , it has dimension ,

  • capt_funguy On Friday, September 2, 2005, capt_funguy (807)By person wrote:

    but phant nailed it best , you're a quiet "hidden gem" on this site ... beutiful truths ... funguy

  • A former member wrote: This flows so nicely good work

  • abattoir On Tuesday, August 30, 2005, abattoir (116)By person wrote:

    everytime I read another one of your works I'm more amazed than before.I agree with Melvin, DAMN...

  • purr_verse On Tuesday, July 19, 2005, purr_verse (1064)By person wrote:

    very nicely written, this; fine construction and just really very impressive all around. :)

  • A former member wrote: damn.....

  • Linwe On Tuesday, July 12, 2005, Linwe (25)By person wrote:

    This will be one of my faves!

  • stormtalk On Tuesday, July 12, 2005, stormtalk (735)By person wrote:

    A well-hidden gem... I'll have to read more of your work, you're very good.

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