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Brown 'Silky-Stuff' Pajama Tops
by Micha Julian
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(I never wore brown)
~~~~~~~~~

for A. (for loving me...once upon a time)






I never wore brown,
preferring black, basic and complete...
beatnik dreams from a place before my
time.

blue, yes, compliments
resounding in memory, basic and bittersweet...
fat girl's hurt, salved with colored
praise.

green, for the eyes
I saw reflected in mirrors, basic and what?
fat girl's "best point", a smile for that
cliche.

white, not often, hah!
never got that far, just dreamed
someday
a dress...?
a hope
a connection.

and then, you and I found
that dancing, spinning light and...!



your eyes, those smiling,
quizzical brown, deep brown really
looking at me,
looking within me...

I looked into them so often
into you. sought our hope?

we...
you always
held me close

you...
wanted me?!
and...


i...
i wanted you
and a dream.



and we were like children,
needing
to explore
a chance


"Brown 'silky-stuff' pajamas"
I said, and how you laughed
at that and how your laugh
was so soft

why can't I hear it anymore?

I think
that laugh
perhaps, was more a smile
at times...
those times,
alone... playing at sex and
love and
learning what we could,
bodies holding on to seek...

do you remember?

all those moments,
yes...
and all
those tears ... later?


it's ...DAMN, it's Valentine's Day, why?
my stomach aches
and...
and, today, god...today,
you are the past...
a dream
a memory
of...love?


I remember!
that bond, that smile, that
....time I wore brown.

you wore the bottoms
she, I... wore the top.

I wore
Your brown!
...and loved it

It was the best of us
sharing those pajamas.
It was the best of me...
how I loved them
as my own.
How I Needed them...
to prove You
were my own.

oh, they were so soft,
like those eyes
I would search
when we held each other
after sex
and
after soft laughter, skin
and breath
and our dewy bodies ...
clinging
again, all so soft...



but, then, I spun away, alone... dancing
into that spiral of darkness, blinded and cold and...
and...?




I never wore brown, preferring black,
basic and complete.


different dreams, a kind of lump
in my throat, but I
exhale.
yes,
for when..
when I wore brown,
the green-eyed, fat girl's
tears dissolved...
into a mirrored
ice-blue dress
gown,
yes... wedding.

disguised as a
young/old
remembered
ice-blue dream.

sweet, sad , silly
but still so real...
hopes and
a dream
of soft-spun
brown
silk...




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Reviewed by Chuckie Finn 9/10/2004
Emotionally saturated writing with that perfect recipe of blended creativity & talent which escalates you as one of my favorite writers!

Best Wishes,
Chuckie
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 3/23/2004
Gawd, this is good. I love it when honesty simply pours out ...and it sent my mind reeling (everywhere!) Gawd, this is good. Thank you.
Reviewed by Paul Berube 5/28/2003
Micha, this piece was awesome.
Reviewed by Mari Laureano (Reader) 2/1/2003
wow...I love that intense stream of consciousness kind of writing..it just spills out like streaks and streaks of ribbons...awesome write! **Mari**
Reviewed by richard poor 1/30/2003
awe-ing miche',awe-ing!
Reviewed by Tiggy (Reader) 10/27/2002
This is so beautiful, I love this poem. (((Mi))) thank you for showing me the way here!
Reviewed by Tiggy (Reader) 10/1/2002
very very moving...brave work
Reviewed by A. Hack (Reader) 10/1/2002
Micha,
I LOVE YOUR WORK!
May I email you about it? Mine's krisette.edsamail.com.ph

Smitten,
Krisette
Reviewed by Four Provinces (Reader) 9/25/2002
I have always loved the honesty and beauty of this and the author. I am not sure how this comment system works, but I hope she will see my visit to her part of the den.
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