The color dazzles my senses,
they’re dense for the vague morning dim light
Impudent, I keep an eye on me.
I lose one’s way on the breezy look of this silent wave
You are enough for me.
And I become alone
cheerful to look what strikes me,
long a street that gazes me mine...
I open the door to the thought, strong, demeaning.
If I gaze it, I risk to loose myself.
I puke on you all my disgust.
And I take refuge in the warm caress to have destroyed you.
A deafening hoo-ha surmounts me.
A rending smile delete itself in the madness
of a supported body.