(To my last love.Though far away you are still within me)
Suddenly one day,when my dawn turned black,
And coal painted off the red streaks,
I placed my feet in the puddle on the edge
To slip,deliberately,into the depth in you.
I swam in the cradling waves within you
To search for the scattered pearls of drops.
When your waves could no more quench my thirst
I yearned for your moist thin lips,
Ignoring the dwindling luster of my stars
And the fading halo of my moon.
I groped for your specks of beard,that hairy chest
Longing for the tickle they could impart.
I took away what you bestowed me –
A gush of breath and a few heart beats.
I am lower down in you,still higher up
Curled within the mighty arms of yours.
Let me forget morality,the eagles circling in my sky
And the saw-edged teeth devouring on me.
Let me lie here,until the body shrivels
A warm grave for my frigid corpse.