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I’d wondered why I loved Bukowski rough beauty is real it’s sink dishes cockroach infested boxes you looking your worst when my heart leaps and loves I have no answers to this loveliness rough beauty it’s always been Bukowski’s world … Continue reading
I’d hang my head beneath stars I’d say ‘not all beauty sparkles’ I’d if I can find something to write
she wears the sun like fashion I do not say because to say might sound silly ‘you wear the sun like fashion’ her green eyes are like a field I could say ‘her green eyes are like a field’?
she offers a rainbow and I sigh my eyes in her sky
perhaps a day of words talk to the thing which is in me afraid of light which is in her eyes given to another who does not have this thing inside them nor the gardens which are solitude I ask … Continue reading
I hang my undies on the line I don’t peg them with the word sexy beside them I look across the neighbour’s fence hers are a lovely color
I throw away lines that are not pretty enough and I watch birds fly into a sky that is always pretty and I think I see how God might have made the world pretty as Eve