herbert guitang


Sweet Sticky Bed Dreams Poem by herbert guitang


With a soft flowers of marshy blanket
A gentle breeze touches muddy pillows
Bouncing delicates coils of arms
Wraps tightly on asheet of madness

Circling around head of pillar stand
Spread widely on a thighs of garters
Knitted in every sides of gentle backs
With a beautiful views of healthy two hills with pinkish shadows

Sloping of palms igniting caves of haven
Within heavenly fingers sew wets corners
Oils and peak sweats shafts inside
Curving and curbing shouts and moans of stars

Clasping the hair of joyous rising
Kneeling to get the happy moments
Bowing invertedly to fly high and hi gher galaxy
Like climbing up and down to the cottons of the tickling spots

Like a smooth shaft lubricating the sweetness of sleep
Driving on a canopy hungry lips
On a spring of dancing in muscle control
Digging in many styles in a deep through deeper
in a caressing bedrest from wild sleep.

Submitted: Saturday, November 30, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 30, 2013

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