A Momentary Reverie

Happiness
Seeping from me
A momentary reverie
A giddy me
A detoxing
Clearing my pores
And emptying
The years of grime
Built up in me
I’m jubilant
And bubbling
I breathe it in
The steamy me
It’s cleaning me
To gleaming me
And leaving room
For being me
Revealing pure
Unbridled me
Buoyant
But temporarily
I am brand new
Untouched and free
An exposed layer
Of virginity
Oh newborn joy
Oh what will be
With this untested
Cleansed
Immunity

-a.r.

imagePainting: Arming Oneself With Immunity By Patrick Sean Kelley

~ by April on June 28, 2015.

12 Responses to “A Momentary Reverie”

  1. This is so good. And also very sexy.
    (Yes, I know, not an expected response)

    • Thank you…and yes I am quite surprised that you found it sexy. That is so unlike you. πŸ˜‰

      • Laughing. It is. Perhaps it is you that is sexy, dear April, rather than the words.

        • Much less so than you give me credit for, but thank you.

        • Modest girl

        • Uh oh, USA may play England in the Women’s World Cup Final. May have to throw some smack talk your way on Sunday. πŸ˜‰. Good luck tonight against Japan. P.S. The mommy poetry reveals my less than sexy side…see I told you. I’m pretty boring.

        • Smiles. I think Japan may prove just too good. But by all means.
          What’s wrong with a yummy mummy?

        • Ha ha…what I like best about that is that your use of the word mummy makes me think of Halloween. (Although I know that is not what you mean) Which is my favorite holiday. Hmmm….a fun costume for this year. Well, good luck to your team. πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

        • We never mix up mummy and mummy in our minds. Smiling.
          As I feared, not quite good enough. Never mind, a fine tournament for them.

        • I know, but I do. I am sure it shows a lack of class on my part…or a head for Halloween. πŸŽƒ Yes, I saw that about the game. So sorry. But, I am looking forward to Sunday’s game.

  2. and long may it flicker, to be found again and again

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