Take That

Written by: Debbie Guzzi

Playing off your intent, 
writhing as you plunder 
within the dank dampness,
the wanton wave
spray painting effigies like Pollack
pole axed in delight my pelvis rises…

With hands full of Adonis’s moons
parting the skin of your throat with pearly teeth,
clawing back, ripping wide the broad side
the effigy of a biblical God.

Breath warms the conical rises
fingers wind in the curls at the nape of neck,
the hollow of your throat,  a salt lick
capping the wave brings froth 
to the fecund cave of desire.