the ripeness of seed is not alone

i.

a thrashed out summer, vintage
  culmination of

risk, harmony, curvature of an
  intentional space;

here is the witness, the grab
  of weight and its

vehicle of gravity; love is a
  rock etched, skinned.

ii.

the ripeness of seed is alone;
   its neck deep in the red of

wood; an etch that seeks community,
   the wish of communion, the

resin that guides sap and wishes
   harm away; this seed is best

remembered not alone but with
   others, engaged, engorged.

2 comments on “the ripeness of seed is not alone

  1. I really like this piece. Thoughtful, smart and true

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