Senses of LoveYour love overwhelms my senses,Senses of Love by SilverWynd
I inhale your deep earthy tones
feeling myself buried beneath the
weight of you, I could
curl myself into the space
between your ribcage,
the heart is a wild beast
which is why it beats against
I taste raindrops upon skin
warmed by the summer sun,
I want to swallow your breathe
hold it between my lips,
as the warmth fills the space
of my lungs, reminding me
of the essence of life.
My eyes devour you with
an artist's attention to detail,
my fingers long to trace your every
line, curve, and angle,
but my hand trembles at the purity
of your nakedness.
I listen to your silences,
your heart beats in morse code
and I can hear even your bones
sing, your fingers play scales
down my spinal cord, composing
melodies for each of my body
Your hands sculpt my body,
like Michelangelo you know how to
uncover the beauty hidden beneath,
patiently coaxing out the best parts
of me, I collapse into you,
compress myself into your chest cavity,
this is the spa
I am not one of those people who is bitter about Valentine's Day because I am sad and alone and don't have anyone to share the day with. I am in fact quite happily spoken for, but even so I have never really been a particular fan of V-Day mostly because the cliche of it all and the convention of it I find to be quite annoying. So this is my list of things which I don't like about V-Day.
1. Flowers: Flowers in general I have no problem with. I think they are pretty to see growing outside, and I love to keep plants around the house, gardens are awesome. But fresh cut flowers and bouquets I don't get, and it is not something I would want someone to give me. What is so endearing about something that is just going to die slowly for the vain pleasure of your own enjoyment? If I am given a bouquet of flowers, I think "oh gee how nice, you gave me a dead thing" Yeah that is romantic.
2. Box of Chocolates: I am not going to claim I don't like candy, sweets, and chocolate, I do, but at the same time I am not really that into chocolate candy. I don't get excited about it, and I am very picky about what I like and what I don't like. I don't like just plain chocolate, and chocolates that come with some kind of filling inside I am very particular about. People always laugh at me because whenever we do have some box of assorted chocolates I have to cut the chocolates in half to see what is inside of them.
3. Jewelry: I like jewelery, I have a lot it, I wear it all the time, but I don't like jewelry store jewelry. Never bought or worn a piece of jewelry that came from an actual jewelry store. The kind of jewelry that they advertise on TV this time of year is bland, conventional, unoriginal, flashy, and overly expensive for how uninteresting it is. I never wear gold, almost every piece of jewelry I own is silver. I don't like diamonds, they don't interest me. Most the jewelry I own has come from Arts&Crafts shows and other similar venues, and was handmade by the person selling it, and is unique and off-the-beaten-path, and I can choose pieces that really reflect something in my personality. Also it is relatively inexpensive.
4. Teddy Bears: What am I 12? Ok, I admit I do own a few stuffed animals. But they are not teddy bears, and especially they are not teddy bears holding pink hearts and other such nonsense.
5. Red and Pink: The two colors most commonly associated with Valentine's Day. Pink needless to say is truly a loathsome color. And red, while it does have its good points (it resembles the color of blood and it looks really good when paired with black) in general is just not a color I am really that into. I don't really own or a wear a lot of red.
Beauty in darkness,|
Forget-me-not in the snow,
spiral of chaos.
I gazed into the abyss and it stared back and winked