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    dots Submission Name: I am Womandots

    Author: Fadeintoreality
    Elite Ratio:    1.95 - 33/114/64
    Words: 412
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
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    dotsI am Womandots

    i am woman
    and i am stone
    and i am beautiful
    my body
    is sleekly curved
    deeply eroded
    by your hands
    that have scraped away
    pieces of me
    that have sliced away
    my essences
    bled away
    by your razor sharp standards
    i am woman
    and my face
    is lovely
    the long planes
    of my lovely bones
    have been cleanly chisled
    by the knifing
    and searing
    of bitter tears
    they slide
    into the raw contours
    of my visage
    and create
    those erosions
    that have become my shape
    i am woman
    and my thighs
    are long
    and strong
    i have learned
    to run
    and to run hard
    and to straddle you
    the heaving stallion
    between them
    and my legs
    have grown long
    and powerful
    as i ride
    you to dust.
    i am woman
    and my hair is long and lustrous
    when i am astride
    pierced by your bitter lance
    it falls
    like the ascending wing of night
    and you love
    to cloak your neck
    and your chest
    with it's warmth
    and you wear it
    as you wear the dusk
    to hide
    your blackened heart
    swept over by the blackened ashes of night
    you sweep my hair
    through your groping fingers
    as you sweep the night to your face
    to mask it
    just as you always have
    you shadow.
    i am woman
    and my lips
    are silky sweet
    like the fruit they plunged into
    the fruit
    that you despise
    as it
    poisoned you
    with sin
    and the earth was black
    with that blasphemy.
    and still
    you behold my lustrous smile
    and you taste of it
    swelled with sweet juices
    yet sheathing a rotten seed...
    i am woman
    and i smile
    because i have learned to snarl.
    i have learned to bite
    and tear
    the smile i wear
    is my lovely grimace
    my bitter warning
    take heed
    my teeth
    will taste of your slick flesh
    and find it good
    flushing your skin with the very blood
    i bleed
    and tearing away flesh
    as it was torn from me.
    i am woman
    and my breast
    is heavy and succulent
    the weight upon your chest
    the smooth press
    sends you to the edge.
    my breast
    is a succulent weight
    of the burden i carry
    slung beneath my supple flesh
    you cradle the globular warmth of them
    the abscence of your heart
    and the heaviness in mine
    fill the spaces in between
    quite nicely.
    i am woman.
    and for now
    that is enough.

    Submitted on 2007-10-30 11:22:37     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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    ||| Comments |||
      strong. stanzas would be nice. i think that if you take out most of the ands, it would be stronger. nice write.
    | Posted on 2007-11-03 00:00:00 | by master mind | [ Reply to This ]
      This is compelling. Strong. Strong as woman I suppose. I think it could do with formatting though - stanzas would be a good idea I think because the poem is long and eyes can wander. I think if you added line breaks it would give the reader an easier read and split your points, changes in theme/topic et cetera a chance to breathe. See what I mean?

    ~ Daisy x
    | Posted on 2007-10-30 00:00:00 | by Drowning Daisy | [ Reply to This ]

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