marisol reviews the attendent literature…

someday

expressively styled by time spent
& a little excess.
no plan to follow
& never too many mornings
waking up to your alarm.

one invitation
was enough to get you here;
looking past unexplainable miracles,
fate or destiny, etc.
that kind of thing
never was my specialty,
even in the years
when nothing was as
probable as everything.

there isn’t any rationale: i
forgot to read your words & licking
the hand holding the pen is my
way of speaking to you while
you move around the room.

everything in time. three minutes
after forever, who will know the
prescience of momentary stillness
just before you take me home?
as you assure me you’ll stay
another night we admire
the inside view from the others
mask. even a kiss that
trumps zirconium conversations.
all questions will arrive;
how & when
is anybody’s guess.

quizzical reflections on
pirate princess radio
with just enough static
to remind us of summer trips.
climbing from bed after
a five year daydream with
frequent pause for
cigarette fantasy-fulfillment
moments; the last of the
immortals reminds us that
sometimes forever is just
a really long time.

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Nice flip-flops. We know the ending already. The fun part is finding out how we get there. So… how do we get there?.

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One Response to “marisol reviews the attendent literature…”

  1. yes 5 years to forever. If you had read the words of white waves sooner. It is fate that saturns rings brought us full circle. Now Luna smiles down and the Princess found the long looked for Prince.. The Clauddagh ring I was given and have worn since my 16th year now turns on the right finger. On the left we know it will stay for eternity. When the time is right for such adventures. These green Irish eyes have already given you an answer and have counted the freckles on your nose. Glass slippers would be prettier for such an adventure…

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