They tell us There was an Adi Yogi A personification of Lord Shiva, the Creator He appeared from nothing He was born unborn He is held in the highest esteem All yogis', He is the dream I bow before Him every moment Nevertheless, a question comes to mind Was there an Adi Bhogi? The First Worldling male A progenitor of present day Rogis(suffering humanity) Darwinian principle didn't uphold Adi Bhogi presented Adi Bhogan a red rose Carnal passion played its role Human race was born They bring God on a platter To the rich and the mighty Their tramped souls to get salvation I shall talk about it later Till then tell me Was there an Adi Bhogi?
I like to hand the world words on a silver platter Sauté them with gusto and a shake of sugar Feed them to strangers and watch their faces To register any sign of delight or disgust
They commend me on my service As I fill their wine glasses until they’re Tipsy from the poetry Savoring every sip and swallow Like the linguist who speaks solely at midnight
But they try to catch me playful And they try to throw me smiles Unknowing that the poet only writes Behind closed doors In some nook or crevice there is a key I threw away long ago Right after I locked up my heart and soul And took up a pen in my hand
They say to write what’s inside But I’m sorry if I cannot read you a poem While looking in your eyes For there is far too much empathy To make me feel safe
Maybe if the critics wrote me harsh reviews often Maybe if I spilled the words onto my palms And washed them all off with tears I could let the world in Instead of bussing tables shielded by The windows of the soul
I like to hand the world words on a silver platter But no one ever gets to see the face who makes them
Follow the link at: https://soundcloud.com/user-367453778/crossroads-sassy-j Insatiable was the menu we served exclusively The culinary gourmet, marked in Michelin stars The 5 course preparation of paradise on a dish The interval of forks, spoons, knives and platters For I drool it all, still you can’t see the stained print I reverse the stilled portrait and you stare amused Tainted as the stringed moonlight crawled unearthed
Take this bulb, for I have smashed it see this bruise The blooded finger prints, the imprint of fine justice I breath the freshness of the mist but it evaporates My mind cascading to the pitted grounded roots The sun rays blows to blind, its my lidded perspective The unparalleled horizon casting on glittered aisle Send them all home, the show is paused,cancelled
Reality is the diverse of confusing notions and illusions A multiplication of complexities that we have created The absolute happiness remains a psychological concept The happen stance of nature entwined with freedom To exist yet persist and bloom like a yeasted dough Encircling reputations, reflections to heavy to bury I come back home to announce a new found hope
WSQF: placing my heart on a platter only for you letting you see the insides, like that clear plastic anatomy figure from science class at university downtown from uptown ..crosstown this is the expressway to you finding you wherever you may be waiting with that smile, the one etched into my soul nothing is wasted when it is tasted we are all eternal in our guilty indulgences but in living, there is no shame no one is to blame exchanging those knowing smiles our mission here.....is clear AB: I'll put my name in a book for you, Making my way down town, Crossing esponola bridge, Just to see that insecure smile, But all the while, I'm futile, Of all the imaginations that you carried When you were a child, Don't let that smile go to waste, Don't let that smile go, As it came, I use to have and felt shame, So please don't let that smile goto waste. SP: The memory of you never goes to waste around here I miss your kisses the most eerie sweet ,clad moist tongue I taste the mist off your lips I miss your mystic touch and pleasant need of desire... your heart restless in the unspoken comfort of being alive, your words echo deep in my mind...like great audacious tolling bells. Love is forever...and so are you in my heart.