Records of AnOther World

I was listening to music, when Ofelia K’s “Another World” played right after Elle King’s “Wild Love”. The combination reminded me of one of my old poems. I’m re-sharing it with you, of course. Because, well… you know my thoughts on sharing.

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Jump in bed with me,
my love; let’s
kiss music between the thighs,
chant of songs over the sheets,
count sheep into leading men.

Let’s
wear matchless boots
that grow well together,
be mANY in action
but One in thought,
sing of you and me
and dance of us…

Let’s birth records
of AnOther world.
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– Linked to Poets United ~ Poetry Pantry 363.

“Passion”, by Leonid Afremov
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55 thoughts on “Records of AnOther World

  1. Such a gorgeous feast of flesh and love…beautiful energy, movement and magic pulsing in your words !
    Love the songs…and the expressive art to match!
    Have a wild day of love..

  2. “Jump in bed with me,
    my love; let’s
    kiss music between the thighs,
    chant of songs over the sheets,
    count sheep into leading men.”

    Oh, you!

    Hugs to you and your music man.

  3. Now THIS is a marvelous love story. Thanks for re-sharing. I imagine those boots have grown as have the many and the one.

  4. be mANY in action
    but One in thought

    These are the lines which leave a lasting impression for me. Lovely work, Magaly.

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