A child's heart
I fell in love with a bumble bee. It stung me once and I didn't cry.
I looked at it often in day and night and a story would always unfold behind its green eyes. He would tell me about how Mother nature's eyes are heavy. She is brown skinned like the earth and has shadows from lack of sleep. Her eyes understand the abuse all creatures get, which is why even the most disgusting creature can be loved and is beautiful.
Venus smiles from my window. Often telling me love comes and goes; the ones that escaped don't mean anything. That I should love myself and not take the angry Earth mans problems on my shoulders.
Sometimes I listen. Sometimes though I care too much.
No tattoos or scars are etched in my skin but a sad story is sung in my heart.
I listened to the night song trying to absorb it into my soul. Let the feeling drain out and wash myself in starlight. I was cold in the heat.
The sky only opened up over our garden planted with care, where long deceased loved ones lay, nurturing and
For what its worthLets bite both ends and not reveal the trap.
Hidden inside is a little bit of truth with warped fact.
Distorted dreams we speak of in tongues; Sucking down ciggaretts and pollouting the lungs.
Mouths hold open and a couple bugs crawl out.
Live in mistakes and regret your accomplishments.
Falling into the competitivie, repedious, talking trap; hold my hand and lets think back.
Break it again? over a knee?
Facing your past where it began to make your everything.
Watching as the skin falls away.
Slicing turkey on a stoney embrace.
Darks and lights, lets dance merrily.
Kiss me tonight so I can live happily.