Love Poems About Superposition or Superposition Love Poems
by Satish Verma |
Categories: native american, natural disasters, nature, nostalgia, on work and working, on writing and words, parody

Blackened Crozier

Let it remain
ovarian pure. After strangulating
the truth,
for hypoxic euphoria.

Flies in your face
the dirt,
the denial, the terracota
of superposition of speech
hiding self-interest.

Blackened crozier
for wrinkeled crotch
drops the ashes of love
on unopened buds.

Weeping willow sways
in warm winds of prayers.
Strawberry in holes
nothing like bruise.