Tuesday, March 10, 2009


The following poem was written by our newest member of the RoissyBlackthorn Poetry Association:
-Kimberly Leistone


Black and white Polaroid happiness,
I'll bring out your crinkled noses.
Karaoke blasting to off beat tunes, singing out loud.
Nevermind the booing crowd.
This song's dedicated to you, kid.

Slither your eyes down these curves of mine,
I'll thrust you into oblivion.
With a smirk on my face, twirl me with this hypnotic trance, you set the pace.
There's glitter to this back and forth, our torque, you suspend me mid-way
Then dip me. With the rose and the thorns clenched, barely, through your teeth.

My hands dwarfed by your large knuckles, you giant.
We'll chuckle as you reason to hide it.
Exchanging foreign banter with my absolutely questionable witto be this expressive, explosive, intensive, intrusive.
Bundles of phrases tumbling out allowing room to be vocally abusivebut of course in this stark innocence, you know I wouldn't mean it.

Twirling to some oldies song, our make believe romance
I'll blur the hem of my dress, making the most ofthis danceReal tight, synchronized, rhythmic, like the tinkle of my jewelsto the swish of your pants.
-Kimberly Leistone