by Matthew Sharp
you cant get a giggle without a tickle.
negligent curiosity rubs wildy tickling everything to read its reaction and learn from the experience in order not to repeat it again,
repetitive conditioning is a binding/blinding contract.
I dont want mental blindness, i dont want to be obedient.
i want to smile and mean it,
i want to be passionatte without being called a pussy,
i want to harm someone without being called a bully....
i would sing some ridiculous improvised intimacy to you in order to show how open i am, but i slammed the door on my finger.
i find/lose solace in
the changing naked anomaly,
-minus time: observe. minus space: observe. minus individuality: observe.-
thread pulled from a quilt until it is unraveled.
Never ending quilt, will there ever be enough string?
can i pluck it?
every note sent is a parametrical schematic arrangement with passage's found for choosing.
as with all of us.
lost in neverending change,
in obliterated change.
Posted on 02/01/2007
Copyright © 2021 Matthew Sharp
|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Ava Blu on 02/01/07 at 11:47 PM|
"i would sing some ridiculous improvised intimacy to you in order to show how open i am, but i slammed the door on my finger." -- do it.
|Posted by Meagan Green on 04/18/07 at 09:32 PM|
you and tickling! this is so good. i can't believe i haven't read this yet. there is so much to learn about you through your words, but there is so much more, i'm sure, in your smiles, your actions, your truth and your dishonesty, your eyes...