Posted in collaboration, poetry


Collaboration with Jonatan Asbjørn Allin
My words are indented


I’m ready to be used, you said;
but you’ve no clue what I could do
to you if you let me.

It isn’t a matter of control,
a matter of fact, a sense of the matter;
it’s the thrill of losing them all.

Will you declare the same
when I gain the bend of your thoughts,
or take your latest hours for myself?

The turns you take yourself
lead you down predictable roads;
I choose to close my eyes.

I want your hands, your mouth—
not your eyes, or even your concern;
just the weight of you over me.

Let’s draw the blinds and see
what primal tongues our bodies choir
in the cosmos of the dark.


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