“flesh against flesh” by L. K. Thayer

peach flesh, against flesh

aging, withered and worn

dry as a desert without a drink

your pulse beating

pitted against time

the juice has been squeezed

the rhyme has rhymed

again

we must change

as the seasons

teach us

L. K. Thayer

Peach Foto by

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© 2010

 

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7 comments

  1. lkthayer · December 10, 2010

    I love your foto so much, thank you 🙂

  2. jacquelyn · December 10, 2010

    there is music in your words. It was beautiful

    • lkthayer · December 11, 2010

      Thank you Jackie, I hear it too I’m glad you do…

  3. Lordy · December 10, 2010

    The sands slipping thru your fingers and blowing in the wind.

    • lkthayer · December 11, 2010

      Thank you my dear Lord Hicks…

  4. Roz Levine · December 11, 2010

    Lisa,
    I love the ending. We need to all listen with an open heart to the many clues we’re givent to lead a good life. Great poem.
    xoxo
    Roz

    • lkthayer · December 12, 2010

      Thank you Roz, indeed! 🙂

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