Chrysalis

Footprints at the Crossroads

She was,
faded
milky breath
soured chalk teeth.
Upon a passing glance,
a hasty tendril.
Arced glory
reflected green and umber
upon
my periphery

Fast away,
I sought
mushed velvet warmth. Lips tangled.
A red tear, dripped with tender, honeyed repose.
Cheek, alabaster, a glorious reprieve
upon an attendant, moldy, ache.

Inter.
Interred away.
Blustery, slick peat,
loam-reeking casement,
fed discreetly by complicit red dawn days.
Locked.
Forsaken.
Cultivated.

Unfurl,
lusty, retch born pedantic whelp.
Howl-cast, lurch forward you cream sopped suckling,
and with incendiary gasps,
reveal a soul ablaze,
unfettered by decrepit, wheezy sops.

Her embrace,
thirsty, molten and incendiary,
beckons.

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