Syrup and Frost Part I: A Poem of Desire and Despair

What do you feel when you apply the sentience?
Besides wall pinning and drizzling fire sessions
Momentary silence, pin drop in an empty room
Padded wall, effervescent and sensual
Feeling your feminine voice
Telegraph vibrations through many a noise
Millennia’s not enough time to fix things we destroyed
I feel violated.
Pass me the void
Barely observant. Just an impressionable boy
Unpacking post-traumatic memory noise
Your electrical currents blend into words
Ready to work, to have me possessed, like your servant
Invested, alluring.
The rest is concerning
Subway network connecting my brain
Muscle memory. Where her head would lay
Tapping longing lust in this mental frame
Karma sucks and it seems that way
‘Cause I feel she turns the other cheek when I plead my case
You chiseled your name on my torso

I call them the Ouija board hormones
You summon them like you’re playing a game

Heart strings tug at your love’s centerpiece
Commanding nerve endings to all rise like a judge entering
The ultimate meaning, what so many fear
Meeting the puppeteer to this compulsory feeling
Surgeon who writes cursive in different languages, slurring In the OR tugging fleshy strings with insatiable thirsting
Like water to rivers, drought cleansing downpour

Crowned thorn.
Your love was the last remaining oasis outsourced

Published by Cristian Leonardo Gajardo

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