Over and around


Tuesday, July 01, 2014


The sweat dribbles down

My cheeks as I walk

Up the stiff incline of

The viaduct connecting

Hoboken with Union City,

And Union City with beyond

The rub of cloth

Against my chest and thighs

The heavy breathing,

The rhythm of movement

In this overheated air

And the taste of salt

Sweet with sweat

That drips onto my lips

And into my mouth,

This life journey,

Up and down

In and out,

Over and around,

Pressing me firmly

Against powerful urges

I cannot resist,

Nature I cannot overcome,

Though ache to surrender to,

But must keep moving

Or fall in on myself

Like an overheated sun

Twisted into a black hole

Of smoldering desire



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