Fundamental Richness

In silence

Air is thick and wet

I look over

I can smell you

The grain of hair on your neck moves forward

Clockwise

 

The sun is just hot enough

When I look up into it

 

So, I stood there

For many moments alone

Listening

 

Source spitting

Voices guffaw

Thumping blood

Gargariser,

Sounds of drowning

 

I have tunnel vision

 

When I opened my eyes you were inches

From my mouth

 

Sure breath came out with your words

“You know.”

 

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~ by Joy Suzanne Grazer on March 18, 2011.

5 Responses to “Fundamental Richness”

  1. Continue to amaze me

  2. Joy is Just the right amount of sexy

  3. Excellent!

  4. yes finding the juicy bits of our most special moments is incredibly valuable, but it is also true that finding “rich” moments in everyday experience that is true value. you seem to float back and forth between dream and reality, sometimes landing for a moment in each. I applaud your efforts to examine yourself and your experiences in life. it is another true beauty. Keep it up!

  5. you are something of a blogger. i like yours is different and more deep

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