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The Corporeal Body of Love

The Corporeal Body of Love



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Published by Sarita Baker-Brown
wisdom is not all in the head or heart
wisdom is not all in the head or heart

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Published by: Sarita Baker-Brown on Feb 27, 2013
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when i came to you i forgot some important thingslike how having the capacity to love is as important aslove itself, for some people never can reach outside of themselves far enough to touch the souls of another;'its not their fault its just that no one taught them.'you say on the one hand, but i had very little training in lovemyself seeing how all my clan mistook emotional blackmailfor love and not freedom no freedomyet here i am denying you yours, the freedom to be as self absorbed as a person needs to be to get some work done onhimself when the construction date is way past due... youlook at me with those eyes that say, i am trying to do thisbut giveme time and i am looking back with eyes that are runningoutof time and cannot wait too much longer if i am going todiscoverteh secret of the universe before i die... you see that is thething,i wantto know things and they are not things that can be foundhere in thesefour wallls with these four people unles someone blows upthe boatreal soon and we end up catapulted over the moon andflying, wecould fly and that would be one thing but to be here in thebeautiful fortress of love and denial is not always the way tonirvana.and all of this would be easy to resolve for me except for thefact of your hot little body pressed against mine in the night whichburns and burns a place deep inside my soul that i thoughthad closed down forever and yet, your warm palms and yourdry skin which radiates like a nuclear reactor against thedisappointments and stone cuttings of my heart-( a heartthat used to be flung wide open for any fool to come in, tilthat last time when i latched it and that was that.) -til youand your intuitive body came to me and said ''don't be

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Paul Ramnora reviewed this
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Naturally, one can't help but wondering...what age were you when you first discovered you had such 'talent'? Which authors did most 'inspire' you on...? Did you start with prose/and, then, later on, move on to writing poetry?
Paul Ramnora reviewed this
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Thank you for a delightful, and, quite truly, fascinating read; you really know how to put words together really well! My guess is, whoever your poetry teachers were in school/college/uni/or, wherever...they must have been extremely pleased having you as a student. ;-)
Sarita Baker-Brown added this note
note. Scribd has once again changed my line breaks which change my poem and i am not at all impressed. not one bit. boo scribd that used to be for writers!
Sarita Baker-Brown added this note
Sarita Baker-Brown added this note
once again scribd has c hanged my format and my typeface and my illustrations making this not the document i uploaded. Boo. have not been happy with it since the big bang.
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