Description: This poem has nothing to do with sex, just to clarify. That is all I'll tell you.
Scar for a Bone -------------------------------------------
He turns you on your side
And twists your limbs.
One to left and that to the right.
And he breaks you in half.
Itís a simple process in the end.
You are burning with embarrasment
Because he was distracted this time.
You didnít really want him to touch you.
And you let him anyways.
You turned on your side
Let your arms hang limp for a moment
Until he adjusted
Every aspect of your body.
And you looked up at his scarred face.
His whispy hair parted on one side
Gentle gray eyes that tell you,
Your bones belong to him.
You stare at his marred skin
Where a long scar traces just under his cheek.
So ugly and despairing to a soft voice.
He shares his vulnerabilities
And demands yours.
this poem said a lot to me. it was in fact very intense and enchanting, you do well with descriptions of strange circumstances. "gentle gray eyes that tell you/ your bones belong to him"... definately my favorite line. i love the styling of this piece, it is blatantly well written. encore, my dear, encore. im wondering who the HIM in this poem is... maybe an apparrition for all i know, none the less it makes it better than you are left to decide for yourself. thats when you know you have good poetry, when you can make it seem the way you want it to!
i kinda dont understand this that well...but here is my interpretation: you said its not sex so this must be like a symbolic thing, right? so yea this guy has all these insecurities and these scars...so he wants to have the girls like...i dont know what you would call it..i guess securities??? and her skin? because his is all nasty and ugo...he takes her and looks over her perfect body and it might makes him feel better to pretend he had skin like that...i dont get it as you might see and how do the bones fit in???