Today I set out to speak with the sky.
She rubbed her sleepy eyes, stared back at me.
Out poured questions from me, into her thighs.
Smiling, whispering, winking, sat she.
The nothings she whispered caught me off guard.
Stumbling there, I fell back on the grass.
I saw then and there the world was her yard.
As darkness did come, her eyes gleamed at last.
Saw I her many moods, and deep deep eyes.
Pin me down, she did, with devious stare.
Days and nights passed like many “sinful” lies.
Little by little, she drank up my care.
I lie there so long that we soon became one.
We melted together, under the sun.