A Biological Love Affair
by Kimmy Van Kooten
Saturday, January 31, 2009
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What will I evolve up next? LOL
O’ Marella, you lacy little crabs!
You and your adroit copepods knew exactly what I’d have!
You were, “movin’ to the groove,” when I found me, “in a rut”
(. . . Adages, from the Conchs of Alabaster behooving all abut!)
Associates, free commensal’s, like the parasitic louse . . .
Analogized to man, on w’are's, we well nigh the said house!
I found Metazoa fresh . . . Cnidaria, salty as a beach!
Whether cloistered in a cave, or lying, in a bromeliad leaf. . .
Many were long, some were short, others buoyed, or foraged shale's. . .
Consorting with all subsisting cells, wet behinds to tidy whales!
Moving towardly, siding streams. . . (I hooked too much cavil on the lakes!)
Such outlandish looking creatures, we are, mainsprings, whole, on down to flakes!
O’ Chela! . . . of the free-living fleas! . . . abroad all else, the strung out, one-eyed cows!
. . . wherein endo, exogenous, or interdependent, all of phyla bows!
Then, one day, cleansing in my seas, eying on the whorl . . .
Suddenly, shut inside this lamellibranch, seized in viscous, I found. . . my Pearl!
Kimmy Van Kooten
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|Reviewed by Carol Phelan Aebby
|What style you have! I've never read anything quite like this before.
The words literally dance around the page. I am still trying to focus. Smiling, Carol
|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|Great work,take care
|Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
|holy moly, this comes flying off the page at ya...this makes great spoken word, could visualize a very dramatic performance :)|
|Reviewed by Tamara Perlin (Reader)
Iridescent write, dear Poet. . . you know it!
O' Marella, won't you bless me with a lustrous strand!
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|Yeah! In your inimitable style chile - simply irresistible Kimmyfriend, YUP!|
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|Every man should know where that pearl is, because few know, do them?
|Reviewed by 000 000
|WOW! You used every descriptive word I knew...and a few new ones too!
You really used the language in this writing!
I am dizzy after reading this! LOL
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
Here you take language by the scruff of the neck and bend it to your highly creative will; wonderfully adroit and funny and original and oh so powerful.
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|This one's a pearl.
|Reviewed by Carole Mathys
|A most unique write, Kimmy...good job!
|Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper
|A beautiful picture and a very complementary write. Interesting!|
|Reviewed by Art Sun
|Nice work Kimmy|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Well can't sayy I am familiar with all of those breeds but the rythem and flow alone of this one is enough to capture my mind from beginning to end. Nice
|Reviewed by Flying Fox Ted L Glines
|Dang, what a wild string of itchy critters, Kimmers! But, a "one-eyed cow"? No wonder that Cow was Mad :-)