“You are the leaves at my feet.
You are the hum of electric heat.”
Current Jam: “Hum,” Tigers Jaw
I’ve been craving attention. Emotional, yes, but physical too. I’m not even talking about sex, per se (though that would be nice). I’m talking about intimacy. Lying on the couch with an arm slung around me. Someone to come up behind me while I’m poring over whatever, to rub my shoulders and ask how my day went. Watching shitty TV together. I miss those little moments.
So I dunno here’s a poem about mornings and breakfast:
Wake me up gently,
Whisper my name with your
Smile into my neck,
make me stretch.
Lengthen my limbs, pull until they
push into yours.
Skate through my hair.
at that freckle, the one
you love. The one that’s always
flirting with you,
coyly catching your eye,
drink me in.
Make a river out of me.
Good morning, my love.
How did you sleep what did you dream?
Tell me as we
come back to earth.
I’ll make us breakfast hot coffee pressed
black just how you like it,
black as that night that snuck past us,
left us unawares, tucked, until the sunny side eggs sizzle up.
What was that?
Oh of course I recall
what you like and how.
Tit for tat, mon deux,
you give to me I’ll give to you.