Collapse (2014) by Mathis Wilde Radke

pheromones mingle drunk in coconut oil
siphoned to the surface
a beaded boil
till the spread is
a demi glaze across the vessels
the salt licked tulips and curtains
the room, a lung, bay breeze inflated
while inhibitions let loose
traversing pasts left at the door
by the sheets rapture free and tangled
a union emerges from
an eight limb, two torso struggle
collapse in to a new dawn and sparkle

Mathis Wilde Radke is a poet, photographer, and screenplay writer from the Northeast. His work has appeared in the Muddy River Review, Tangent Literary, and an anthology entitled, Men in the Company of Women. He currently works with DreamMiners Publishing and Creative Arts Services, and does freelance writing for various companies.

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