äb′sə les′ənt

My lips perfume his tongue while
the wrist of a mistress succumbs, perceiving
nothingness to newness, picks at rotting fruit.
The heart, clipped of wings treads clay in bloom
and petals, fragranced on yesterdays oblation.

 

 

(c) A Hannan

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