It all begins With pronouns I becomes the subject Of my project Adding you And collectively we I choose you and me And I exclude the he and the she Until I am certain of we
You and I pick verbs actions
Inflect them to match fit begin narratives
Transitive verbs take objects
You touch tickle tease taste take skin ******* lips me with words
Words have become a clause But still a simple construction So, you tickle me where?
For this you need a preposition To position your tickling ammunition Do you touch tickle tease me ON my ******* ******* thighs buttocks ****?
Do you feel me INSIDE my mouth **** soul? Positioning is envisioning.
Then you use adjectives To modify descriptions of Sensory inscriptions So, gentle complements touch Soft and passionate kiss And you become superlative
And adverbs elaborate experience expression exploration
You fill me deeply thoroughly violently with all that is you
But adverbs can also mean time Not sweet or cursed time Or time denoting age But timing is always important And grammar dictates That Time adverbs are placed As a beginning or an end Like a lover's embrace
Thus, This morning, you woke me with A demanding "here and now! " and I will reciprocate this, tonight, I vow.
Conjunctions are sentence connectors And sentences behave like detectors Bodies balancing with and, but, or Otherwise subordinate And the scale tips towards Conditioning hypotaxis Making actions a complicated praxis
(before my mind can connect, you will have to pursuade it /pursue it)
But we coordinate conjunctions Equally I touch you You touch me Exploring Exploding sensory functions
So, together we cry imperatives Completing our ****** narratives