Sunday, November 15, 2009


Lollipop ~ Katja Faith

If the words of my heart
By Tesla coils or otherwise
A reaction in you
In the core of your flame

Then I am made more
In Beardsley curlicue or otherwise
Tattooed tongue-tied
In the core of your flame


Jimmy Bastard said...

I didn't understand the full meaning of this one, possibly a private thought? However, it didn't take away any of the unique lines of prose.

Enjoyable from beginning to end.

the walking man said...

All words induce a reaction. And the reaction be the ink of the tattoo and the bending of the curlicue.

Yodood said...

It takes a cunning linguist to tie a tattooed tongue into Aubry's curlicues or Nicola's coils to induce a current of flame at their core. Sometime you prose eats it.;p>

Word verification: tomixt - ride 'em cat boy.

Pisces Iscariot said...

Jimmy: This is about as close to a love poem that I get :)

Walking Man: "And the girl behind the counter has a tattooed tear, / One for every year he's away she said" - Tom Waits

Yodood: Sometime you eat the prose, sometimes the prose eats you ;]

Tom said...

...something to go with flowers and sweet chocolates; svelt!

Pisces Iscariot said...

Tom: flowers and sweet chocolates - thank you! You shouldn't have :D

Harnett-Hargrove said...

Whoa... ok got it. (pass the chocolate, please) -J

James Higham said...

Hope your words are not like Tesla coils. :)

Harlequin said...

the images swirling through this are compelling... and the tribute to the ineffable that is at the, well, core of the flame....
nicely done.

Pisces Iscariot said...

Jayne: help yourself :)

James: If they induce a positive then why not :>

Harlequin: thank you :D