Joseph Narusiewicz

Veteran Poet - 1,550 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Succubus Shadows Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz


Brusque ambrosia gown of murder
defamation of character
belittled
phrases of the glib star
Night scares me
Night delights
Personal moral inventory
curtains opens
she is the wanton herb

Sumak poets of the red world
mescaline walls of the Crow
earth is a mystic blue jewel
have you felt the yellow fire
your own space
your own awakened self
stars buzz with labia magic
mechanical dolls join the borg
orange rain crumbles the fault line

Exotic dancer wants salvation
glazed with Russian literature
yes the soul is underground
yes change is the inner sun
up or down
choices like yes or no
right is a garden
steeples of bohemian totem wolves
lynch mobs with computers

Beatitudes with ontological columns
liberty is more than blue eye lids
pose for masculine ethos
freedom so free it is chaos
incest sold by every politician
glitter and neon with Buddhist songs
Ammonites with masks
tonight they dance with dark figures
Succubus shadows with golden toe nails

Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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