Monday, April 11, 2011

Virtuoso



when the piano played
each note’s fingers
would curl around
the throat of another
a delicious asphyxiation
tingling in the loins
as sweat pops
in gorgeous glass baubles
sparkling on skin
chest falling
pulse surging
sweeping light and dark
with the tempo

the melody
receives him
stabbing staccato
where he gasps
to be touched

             the denouement
                 *
           *
     *
a tear
             the silence
                 *
           *
     *
empty hands
and a petal’s fall

11 comments:

Shadow said...

very sensual!

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Aine said...

Ah, spring! Sweet throbbing music and Beltane frivolity. I'm so happy to say goodbye to the long, cold winter.
:)

Lee said...

Exquisite ~.

SzélsőFa said...

how poetic!
April 11* is Poetry Day in Hungary, when readings, reader-author meetings are held throughout the country.
it is a good poem to celebrate Poetry Day.


*=according to the birthday of József Attila, a famous Hungarian poet, early XX. century

February Grace said...

Gorgeous.

~bru

Vesper said...

Yes, it tells of the passion... and maybe the petal is our soul... Beautiful... and the photo is matched perfectly.

jason evans said...

Shadow, :)

Aine, thanks for joining with me to welcome the season!! ;)

Lee, many thanks!

Szelsofa, I like that thought. Maybe I was channeling my Hungarian heritage!

Bru, I hope you're doing well!

Vesper, yes, that petal reaches out. I think you're right to trace its fall.

Stephanie said...

Again another amazing capture of life

Aine said...

My pleasure, as always... ;)

jason evans said...

Stephanie, many thanks!

Aine, !!!