To Love You From Places

To Love You From Places

To love you from places,
We learn from the thighs and flowers,

Whichever a tongue taste,
The bitter glories of undefined fruits,

We hear the sounds of the inhuman waves,
The minature cries and purrs,

As life tithers in great distances,
And describe a dialect,

Such wild places we dream the songs,
Forever into the clutch of destiny,

We pine and pine in the never believing world,
Until we reach a shore,

Until dreams are made,
Until reality calls your name.

And a white flag is hoisted.
From an embattled sea,

by Benjamin Chiu Uy

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