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April’s PAD — Day Twenty-Eight

April 29, 2014

prompt: write a settle poem

 

Settle Into You

I settle into you
my arms melt around your waist
bones fuse with bones
a hodge-podge of skin against skin

Years together seal us
work together or cause friction

we learn friction first
how it tears us limb from limb
brusings bone deep
and pain that still lingers

a working union prevails
peace so deep I dip my toes in it
we are monks sharing one space
toiling to the beat of our hearts

Oh yes, I have settled into you
as our passion burns out

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