Full Bloom

Crumpled up two pages

a rarity in my hands

most times I do not come up for air

as long as it takes a song

to start and end

as long as I make this pen bend

to my right and wrong.

I can detox my body

add ginger to my green tea

bring back my mind

with Rumi, silence and obscure poets I find.

I can revive my soul

writing until my notebooks are full

and the cardboard back cover will do

any blank space filled through and through

page after page of nonsense, raging like a bull

(you can come in and out of my room

I won’t see you, I’m in full bloom)

creating an inner world

with hotel rooms on fire

sex acts, food, conversation, attire

vivid characters’ desire

as she spreads her legs

feeds her need

with his vibrant seed.

I know the joke’s on me

of how could she write

such pornography?

Erotica from the Greek eros, I recount

and my real name

my real picture

forget it, it’s a bloody game

deconstruct me

the nature of literature

serendipity

carpe diem

in vino veritas

deux ex machina

professors’ voices reminding me

of tragedies, endings, motivations

mere words

to stop the critics, the academia, the vultures

the turds

you know who you are

and you might think you’re a star

but no one here gets out alive

and if you haven’t heard Jim say

it then get back to the past

listen without judging

take that fucking dive. 

Tell him a tale

wipe a tear

off I sail

do not leave any tracks

hard to tell the lies from the facts.

All I know is that I’m in full bloom. 

6 comments

  1. Renard Moreau · June 27

    [ Smiles ] Chrissy, I enjoyed this poem of yours.

    Keep up the good work, my friend!

    • Chrissy · June 27

      Thank you Renard. You’re too kind.

  2. Michael Graeme · June 27

    Powerful and passionate, Chrissy. Made me sit up.

    • Chrissy · June 27

      Glad I got your attention. Thanks for reading moi. Liked your post as well.

  3. Mike · June 27

    Full bloom indeed Chrissy, your loud voice offering no quarter to the begrudgers – good onya!.

    • Chrissy · June 27

      Thank you Mike. Smiling. You do have a way with words.

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