meltyness

here is a poem

 

designed to burn

a delicious

murmur into your

he(art)

 

to leap and bounce

t(here)

 

crun(ching) that now

 

rock-like organ

so it will

bleed joy and bliss

 

messy like finger paint

on your now child-like

countenance

 

melt a puddle of self

 

Over at dVerse it is Quadrille night and this is my ‘The one with all the words’ submission.

 

 

 

 

17 thoughts on “meltyness

  1. lillian says:

    Hurrah! Favorite words: messy like fingerpaint! Used to love to do this with my children and then my grandchildren….such freedom in messyness! 🙂 Did you ever fingerpaint in chocolate pudding? 🙂

  2. willow88switches says:

    ahem … I’m not even going to mention where my mind ended up …. so okay, maybe it’s just me then?

    interesting words …. open to interpretations I guess 😖

  3. kim881 says:

    ‘Meltyness’ – such a brilliant title, Paul! Your poem with all the words has definitely burnt
    a delicious murmur into my heart, especially the lines:
    ‘messy like finger paint
    on your now child-like
    countenance

    melt a puddle of self’.

  4. alisonhankinson says:

    yes wonderful. I caught a child absent-mindedly skipping up the school(High school)corridor on Monday, she didn’t know there was someone watching. I thought how wonderful it is to be a child. finger paints and skipping.

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