Electric Brights

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Hush, I don’t want you to say a word
Je ne veux rien entendre à cette heure
my colours are running
bleeding
The clock is ticking
while I’m fading
Hurry
Kiss me deeply
Breathe life back into me
Fill me
with light
fire
a sprinkle of spice
Hold true, hold fast—
as long as your heart
beats in time with mine
The tide will bring back
my electric brights

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50 thoughts on “Electric Brights

      1. Lol! Kicked got autocorrected to licked on something I was writing yesterday and when the object to be kicked is an ass…whole different thing there! 😄
        And yes. Sometimes the need is great. 😏

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      2. Omg! I just remembered I had a dream about Gordon Ramsay!! Nothing really happened except for some flirting and he was much more…docile…in the dream. He had just said, “You coming?” In my dream and I answered back, “yes, I want to come,” emphasis on “come.” I think we were about to get it on…but I woke up, because that’s always how it is. 😄

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      3. Haha soooo funny! Why oh why did you have to wake up? I would have loved to hear about you and Gordon “at it” like beasts! 😂
        There’s no way he would have stayed “docile”.
        1. Because I don’t see that as his style at all.
        2. Because there’s no way you wouldn’t have driven him into a frenzy of lust. (I have complete faith in your “abilities”, girl 😜)

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    1. Jay, this was – in part – inspired by you. After talking to you yesterday, I did feel like “my colours were running, bleeding” and it made me determined to grab a big slice of life.
      I know you can’t see my heart but I hope you can feel it because I can feel yours. If only I had the power to breathe life back into someone…if only *sighs*

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  1. reading through the comments above i saw that you wrote this poem while still half-awake in the morning. the poem has a lot going on with the music and rhythm. and it’s interesting how sometimes these quick pieces can sometimes turn out better than things we spend weeks on.

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    1. Yes! Absolutely. I have found that my best pieces of writing are usually the ones that pretty much “write themselves”. I don’t know why that is and it doesn’t make that much sense but it is a fact.
      Thank you so much, I’m so pleased you enjoyed this 🙂

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