Beneath a soft burning orange glow,
Lounge lights kite your eyes.
And in’em I witness celestials orb and flow.
As a super-massive black lull collides
With tense prismatic surfaces bubbling from
Passions of some soft cosmic dove.
Moving my lips into the wealth of your love,
My mouth opens as I’m about to
Into your fleeting beauty.
Because everyone who has flown on love’s comet
A few times or more has written this scene,
It’s a sickening bore.
But I keep staring into the eyes of some vapid *****.
Like I’ll find the core to everything and know
Why most think life is such a chore.
Until then beer is cheap,
And love is free. So it’s easy
To forget that fight for destiny
That’s so desperately
As I gasp for air
From my computer chair.
Struggling to look through the screen,
Like it’s the only window
Through which I can breathe life.
All the others are dim
And dusty from lack of hygiene or sleep.
Yeah, my coffee may be black and bitter
But it’s just not strong enough to deal
With the never-passing-go coughers I inhale most nights.
So I can’t begin to explain why I search for insights
In the vapid eyes of instinctively driven computational horrors,
Streaming in the same old scene
That makes me want to scream!
when there is A WHOLE WIDE UNIVERSE TO EXPLORE!
It would be nice,
To read every selfless poetic chapter
Of cosmic collapse birthing
Stars to guide planets in the night spinning
Through the course of time growing
Life in grand spurts of tumble weeds
Rolling into the starry night, galaxies alight,
Leaving stories of dandelion wishes
Boldly going into that good night
Poets rush selfishly to posy poesy words.
About the one
That makes some giddy or giggle,
That makes some shake or shamble,
The one whom fills nights with sweet dreams
Or quiets the ocean screams-the one with that bun, hon’
Aww yeah, you know the one
To lose’em really would be quite atrocious.
It’s been not so clearly said:
“My dear I need you
Or I’ll lose my head.”
Getting a tangled reply:
“Hey babe, Shakespeare’s dead.”
Typically shaking the bed.
Relieving thoughtless thoughts on the spread:
“Shh-forget about the galaxies alight.
We've caught our hearts tonight.”