Whispers in the dark

Two Figures in a Landscape (2002), Cecily Brown

Cecily Brown – Two figurines in a landscape

lie on your back,
open your legs,
let me search…

do what i say,
let me start,
no time to waste:

from hip to hip, a bridge;
from mind to mind, a path.

drink my seed,
make me complete,

touch me
where no one has.

keep me awake,
make me sane,
once again.

lie on your back,
open your legs,
i’ll find your soul!

– – –
Written while listening to Coconut Skins by Damien Rice.

16 comments
    • Nanda said:

      If you’re lucky, haha

  1. Mira Jay said:

    O’ Nandita from eyeing life to exploring its source! seems you’re on a mission:)
    Hugs

    • Nanda said:

      Hahahaha, maybeeeeee? 😉

  2. nelle said:

    That was quite emphatic! There’s something… it just does such a wonderful job of describing the moment, in but few words. Well done.

    • Nanda said:

      i wanted to be emphatic! Sometimes we just want to be obeyed, haha
      Thanks, Nelle!

  3. Well, alright… but, give me a minute so I can hide it, okay?

    • Nanda said:

      As long as I can search for the time I want, haha. (Couldn’t help it! :P)

  4. WordsFallFromMyEyes said:

    ‘I’ll find your soul!’ !! Love that.

  5. j.constantino said:

    Só safadeza! rs
    Gostei deste poema!!!

    Beijo,

    J.

    • Nanda said:

      Só safadeza mas curtiu, ne? hahahaha.

      • j.constantino said:

        Certeza!
        rs

        Beijo

  6. Louise said:

    ooooh I LOVE it ❤ ❤ ❤

    • Nanda said:

      hahahahha, of course you did, you naughty!

    • Nanda said:

      Exactly to the point. 🙂

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