21
Apr
10

after I

following every chain-reacting meridian movement
a succession of thoughts, images, sounds or emotions
the knowledge to stimulate senses and exercise muscles
over an anticipated loss of something
familiar experience and seen in every culture
a freedom to drizzle a triad composed of insecurity, fear, and anxiety
despite their power to bewilder, arouse, frighten or amuse
negative thoughts and feelings
protective reactions to perceived threats
fluttered beneath their closed eyelids
emotional selection without losing its original intensity
extreme and unusual held me hypnotized
somewhere between sanity and madness
to the light and to her spontaneous resonance patterns
metaphorically completed dissociated imaginations
it is always born with love and does not always die with it
as glowing as the stress of love was
so dark is the traumatic shadow of its possible loss.

-th


7 Responses to “after I”


  1. 1 garlic(temp)
    April 21, 2010 at 11:59 AM

    i read is a couple time and still need to read it again. till then… no comment yet.

    “it is always born with love and does not always die with it
    as glowing as the stress of love was
    so dark is the traumatic shadow of its possible loss.” Like it!/ Reader

    • April 21, 2010 at 12:06 PM

      the first line is copied
      the second line is modification :p

      jealousy is always born with love…
      as glowing as the love was, so dark is the shadow of its possible loss :p

  2. 3 garlic(temp)
    April 21, 2010 at 12:22 PM

    so which one is yours?….. jealousy does not always die with love???
    Still like it, anyways … :]

    • April 21, 2010 at 1:11 PM

      the combined one is mine :p
      its a collage poem anyway
      i googled the words “jealousy” and “dream”
      then based on what i found out, i cut and pasted, added this and that, and re-arranged words/phrases 🙂

  3. 5 garlic(temp)
    April 22, 2010 at 1:53 AM

    ဂိန္ ! google + copy/ cut + paste = poem ??? where do u squeeze ur emotion in that case? give u a credit for honesty & nice combination, collaboration skill 🙂


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