Painting with Body Parts #48: Languishing in the Grass, Watching the Sun Explode

painting with body parts, Weird Poetry

I was languishing on the grass one morning–

Just me, my ever-roving hands and my lush emerald-infused imaginings.

I found myself

Falling in between the long verdant blades

When I looked up into the azure dome above me

To behold a sun brighter than any other I’ve ever seen.

I invited that very sun into me

As the tree branches framed

And upheld His visage of fire,

Like hands holding a face

Before a kiss.

The more I opened myself to Him,

The more He filled me up to the brim

Until I overflowed and ran over my own blurry edges

And could take not a drop more

Of His light.


❤👽xoxoxo👽❤

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