Sometimes, it’s okay to die

It falls to you

That place last night


Remembering a past life

The moment a chemical was released


Nicotine in the air

An Orgasmic coffee

The sip to stay up all night


Ruminating on your shape

The wetness of lips

And a pause of Sativa’s breath


The moon’s fullness desired you

Worshipping the instrument of my birth

      It’s ok to die        now

      It’s ok to die



I can still remember

It’s hard to let go of such thoughts

To be obsessed with your repression


And maybe after my consciousness is gone

Then I will forget

But for now


It’s there

It’s always there

Your face reddened


And your body a map of teeth marks

Triangle etched on beauty spots

Strands of saliva dripping from nipples




       Another cruelty

                            Summer brings a new style of fucking

Throat burns blue smoke


King of ash

Tap the last strain of smolder

Cum with certainty, and transcendence

Recreating myself on your belly button


An eyelash juts out

The thighs offer a refuge from the coldness


And these fingers will make contact

“You’re dripping deep oceans.”


Womb or watery depths

There is no dispersion of oxygen here

And no distraction of life

Just darkness

And whatever it is I am.


© A.R. Minhas 2017


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