“Blossomed Breast” – Poem

Take away the layers

Covering your absence,

For I’ll admit to the moon and stars,

That I’ll want thee, from the grave, again.

You blow to me the stars,

As I envelope you, the moon,

And the breast revealed

Is but the darkness away

From the lighter ends of the surface

To that very orb.

The breast revealed,

The breast blossomed,

Like light upon flesh,

Like darkness departed from flesh.

Many kisses

Are here, for you.

Rise, once more

To see me, with all remaining to be seen.

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