Blood and Spirits

Erotic Poetry, Weird Poetry

I dripped spirits across my breast

So that you could sup upon the succulent flesh

Pulled taut across my trembling boneframe.

Marry my blood to the wine

Between your parched lips

And merge them within you

Like subtle bodies uniting

In the Aether.

~~~

πŸ‘½β€xoxoxoβ€πŸ‘½

15 thoughts on “Blood and Spirits

  1. Your poetry is exquisite. Sultry and inviting, yet haunting and distant. Your word play is beautiful. There is a true sense of uninhibited expression in all your art and it makes the world I live in all the brighter for it! Well written!

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      1. I also love your ‘Painting with body parts’. I don’t know if it is the uniqueness of the medium, the idea of emotional expression through physical contact, or just that they end up so beautiful. Maybe it is a little of all those things!

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      2. Thank you so much. I definitely have a lot of fun making them. They satisfy me in many ways, but I am always happy to hear that they intrigue people and make them smile as well. 😊 Also… painting with boobies isn’t terribly original but I like to think that my process is kinda unique. πŸ˜‰

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      3. I am pretty sure there is little about you that is not unique. When you are placing the paint on your body, are you aware of what the negative imprinted image will become? Or do you simply allow yourself to be led and then find the art after the impression is made? I guess you can tell that painting with body parts is new to me at least. 😊

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      4. Why thank you πŸ’‹. I have a basic idea of how it might look but it is often a surprise, especially if I do an acrylic pour on my body as opposed to just painting my breasts or belly. In all though, I try to just go with the flow and enjoy the moment as I often forget to do that in most aspects of my life. 😊

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