Axis of Infinity
by Saberi Roy
Sunday, October 28, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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I watch through the future pixels
your body breaking mine on the
axis of infinity. The arms and legs enmeshed in
sweaty cocooned love. On the streets of
fire strangers watch us naked in the wind
tearing grass like pages so the marks of
time move in concentric ecstasy
Eyes like traffic stopping signals watch us
bask in transcendence of high street nudity.
Spotted on plasma and law enforcement directories
handcuffed love brings forth overstrained
saliva and penalties in beastly gardens.
Cut me through my rancid soul and find me
devouring your naked shoulders. Leonine
dances get chased by serpentine threats
sweeping away like undressed beach souls.
sand, water and your pointillised underwear.
you conceal sunset with your visage on mine.
Our coital colors steal the earthís evening blush.
I lick your body clean. The night winds are like
tail of a space shuttle clinging me through the skins
transposed to a cottage bed in forest darkness
and we wet sheets weaving dreams of tomorrows.
And in last moments of silent death, paradise
settles like dust between our glued lips
as we penetrate each otherís endlessness.
Guilty gods render us unheavenly, expellable
so gates close on our last and our first sin.
Then again on the streets of fire strangers
watch us naked in the wind tearing grassÖ
as I watch through the future pixels
your body breaking mine on the
axis of infinity......
July 2007, Copyright - October 28, 2007
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|Reviewed by Michael Guy
|This is sort of "your" "out of EDEN" - quite different than mine, but a hymn to "children of Eve" if there ever was one! And what classical control of loaded words (Leonine, serpentine..) Your a virtuoso Image-weaver!
PS: sorry it took so long to get back - thanks for your comments on "River out of Eden"
"stay on the axis" michael guy
|Reviewed by Nicky Goodman
|excellent descriptive writing - clear thoughts, powerful emotion mix comes through these thought images which makes this a good read - going to read some more by you! enjoyed your words, Nicky xx|
|Reviewed by richard cederberg
|Conjures a host of interpretive possibilities ... like a splash of hydro-carbons - in ethereal colors - on the surface of water mesmerizes. Hypnotic and rapturous as it wafts through the ether of human expression and understanding. In this write (in my opinion) you have melded the corporeal and spiritual cynically and passionately, and have effectively formed your thoughts as Savador Dali used to paint.
Your best to date young Ms. Roy.
|Reviewed by blue soplain
|"guilty gods render us heavenly"
what an imagetic and iconoclastic rendering of need; of desire in somehow surrealistic time and space. . ..dreamlike etherealness, with those gods voyeuristically looking on. .. . knowing, understanding. . ..
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|I'm not at a loss for words. This is a poem which can almost be called surrealistic dream of longing. On the other hand it is soft pornography given to us with the deftness and artistic mindset of "Naked Lunch," i.e., William Burroughs. You weave a slender thread of lust and desire, combined with the subtleness of a literary masterpiece, which, after all is said and done, the reader is sated. Completely. So I shall read it again. This one goes in my library, of which there are few . . .|
|Reviewed by Ted Bossis
|Very creative love~in the making~love & illumination~Ted|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|I am sitting here at a loss for words for a change. That doesn't happen too often believe me. This poem is dazzling, sensual, caring, daring and so many other adjectives that all just add up to say stunning write my dear young friend.