4 comments on “pyrotechny

  1. i really enjoyed reading this, the poem somehow soaked in sensuality like in gasoline, just waiting to be set alight through being read by others.

    “my living bonfire lover” revervrated the most of me. it wasnt a lull or an echo, but more a living sort of vivid orange, the one that make the world burn in watercolours.

    such a soft-spoken poem hiding such deep passions. how on earth do you do it? 🙂
    xx

    • gosh, i’m giggling like a schoolgirl.. there is something to be said about subtlety.. and it’s something so difficult to put across affectively.. i love emitting that good girl/wild girl duplicity… wholesomely romantic and heatedly sexy.. fun stuff. 😉

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