Let the world be the rubber And you be the glue I'll bounce off others and stick to you Catch you when you fall Pick you up again in the winter Even tend to your nasty splinters I'll be the one that gathers your rosebuds in spring And be your cooling shade in the summer. And when Sticks and stones (Against you) Will crack and splinter, And words for your beauty will never leave me Remember ravishing is what you are, As I am ravenous (How do I know) Because it takes poetry To know poetry
And that is just what you are. Poetry in motion
Tried to make a spin on old nursery rhymes and how one needs to defend themselves in some cases. they way that some women do, inspires me and this is what that is about.
The material was stretched tight deep furrows in the red and black pulled across your shoulder blades so severely but you were all soft edges. The blunt edge of a 2B pencil gently shadowing in the crease where stomach met hip bones and warm. It was lovingly done.