How Writers Often Write
By Benjamin Grossman and Cassa Bassa
I savour your words on my tongue daily
Reading aloud your thoughts and feelings
As if sampling a handcrafted recipe
Words, by their prowess, bring life or death
From yours, I only taste an antidote
Each sentence a mouthful of succulent nourishment
Leafy greens of personification and aromatic spices of diction
Lines of sugar poured over smoldering pages
The flavor of an elite story
Always I crave your expression
Every fibre yearning for your art
Never stop writing
Your every scribble satiates my soul
(This is part of a collaborative poetic effort between myself and Cassa Bassa. Make sure you check out her blog by visiting Flicker Of Thoughts.)
Only marry the one
Who you would love to
Travel alongside of toward
The nine circles of Hell
Ideally because they would
Make you smile as if you were
Traveling toward the door of Heaven
If you’re looking
For a place to rest
There’s a loveseat
Inside of my heart
We only live once. Hence, let's not stop dreaming
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