January 1, 2017

Satyr seen sartorial


Fauno Barberini or Drunken Satyr at the Glyptothek in Munich, Germany.



I sat airing daring 
my onions and sardines 
chasing coffee with tonic with lemon 
at this little cafe in early afternoon Sun 
it was a kind of pilfered daylight leaning place 
cobblestones and patina marble, old bones 
old cities display when working the divine rights 
calendrical solemnities, clocks bending pleasing 
forwards and backwards with each life eased in ...

I stare at their approach 
their sweet elixir 
candy cotton spin mixer 
flicks of their hair 
and the personal 
safety of my dragon soul 
is in danger, dagger sharp 
to a soft heart ...

stupor loop heard herd dream here 
I swear I ate enough bread 
and licked the salt off Her skin 
before the wine kicked in ...

I am dressed 
or rather 
on fire 
paraded  
shade is an angled geometric crawl 
I reach into their passing scent 
Doppler kelp giggle spills  
from a conversation 
I am open to this fantasy here where the poem ends : 


there are two maidens laughing 
looking at my horns 
saying to themselves 
just maybe we can see 
and we do so agree 
how it may be snowing 
at the beach in your eyes ...

 EJR  ©

2 comments:

  1. "airing daring
    my onions and sardines" ... Ha. Directly following the picture, this sure cracks me up.

    Love these:
    "it was a kind of pilfered daylight leaning place"
    "calendrical solemnities"
    "shade is an angled geometric crawl"

    Very sexy:
    "clocks bending pleasing
    forwards and backwards with each life eased in ...

    I stare at their approach
    their sweet elixir
    candy cotton spin mixer
    flicks of their hair
    and the personal
    safety of my dragon soul"

    Oh my; how uber hot:
    "and licked the salt off Her skin"
    "I am dressed
    or rather
    on fire"

    Absolute favorites:
    "I reach into their passing scent
    Doppler kelp giggle spills" ... You know how I feel about the word "giggle."

    "it may be snowing
    at the beach in your eyes" ... Swoon. Absolutely gorgeous image. And spot on!

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  2. I don't know what you are drinking, but pour me a cup as this poetry is sensually filled with delicious images.

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