Description: Part One: she smells of sex ~freeradical
Part Two: he smells of sweat ~JDNeverrest
Part Three: endothermic ~JDNeverrest
Part Four: sparkle ~freeradical
Part Five: wearing red ~JDNeverrest
Part Six: appartment 12 ~freeradical
Part Seven: seeing red ~JDNeverrest
Part Eight: beautiful sin ~freeradical
Part Nine: what's yours? ~ JDNeverrest
Part Ten: deliberate mirage ~ freeradical
Chi∑me∑ra also Chi∑mae∑ra ( P ) Pronunciation Key (k-mÓr, k-)
Greek Mythology. A fire-breathing she-monster usually represented as a composite of a lion, goat, and serpent; A fanciful mental illusion or fabrication.
Wow. SO INCREDIBLY POWERFUL. I read through that SO FAST, just waiting for the ending, and then I had to go and read it 2 or 3 more times!
I believed every word of it. I saw it all and I felt it all and it was great. I know I sound SOOO cheesy and stupid, but it's true! I was totally sucked in and taken aback by your words. I need to go delete a favorite so I can add this one.
"A name- what is in a name? A rose would still smell as sweetly if it were called by any other name!" ~~~ Romeo and Juliet Sorry, I couldn't resist-- I just hope I quoted it close enough to right!
...and the beat goes on. Doesn't it. It's in a language that's perfectly understandable but with enough hidden to make it worth the effort to imagine. And that's its essential strength - imaginings are pivotal poetic devices and this has them. For those that can. And will. Took my fill of contradictory images. K