Falling Awake: Poems from Wilde City

Desire

Your mirrored eye beckons me,

ease of sunlight through grass, symphony of green

as the colours arc, a future not yet taken

in the shiver of fingers, your lips’ enticement,

amber and aconite, citrus,

blueberry, gold – so well I know the shades your flesh makes

in my star-wild dreaming – and I wish I could touch you

while the courage is on me

and I think one day I will,

one day soon I will step out of my skin,

the weight of unimagined expectation,

and slip snake-like, hunter and prey,

into your body’s demanding darkness

to take with me the taste of your heat

on my tongue, the strange homecoming of sex

with the salt-sea swell of your welcome

rocking me to shore.

Anne Brooke

 

NEWS, REVIEWS AND INTERVIEWS FOR Falling Awake: Poems from Wilde City

Ewan Creed, Geoffrey Knight, Owen Keehnen,

Journey into a world of love, loss, joy and regret as some of Wilde City’s authors present a collection of their poems, yours to enjoy for FREE!

“A collection of deeply personal, at times even transformative, poems about the aspects of love, lust and loss—the ones that blind us and the ones that force us awake.” Eric Arvin

 

 

Release date: 12 June 2013

ISBN: 978-1-925031-18-8

Category: Gay Mainstream,

Sub-Genre: Anthology, Erotic, Free Read, Poetry, Romantic,

Number of words: 6,000 words

Formats available: e-book only

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