TO CALL THE WILD.

TO CALL THE WILD – Written by Taylor John. (“Honeymoon.” (Artwork.) -Taylor John.)

I. TO CALL THE WILD.
I.Keep It Natural. [September 5th, 2017.]

It’s funny listening to music, sober. It’s, a new experience for me. Not, sure – how, natural it feels yet?

It’s funny listening to music, sob. It’s, a new experience for me. Not, sure – how, natural it feels yet?

It’s funny listening to music, slobber. It’s, a new experience for me. Not, sure – how, natural it feels yet?

II. The Goddess Dissolves In His Girth..

I practice, with the dawn: a, bird’s familiar choir;
Awoken – from, a nestlings’ mad moon’s Chad of a milky char
from the stars’ cooling of a crying myar’s best invitation to undo the joy! of, the art!

I practice, with the dawn: with,
the arc of her wailing tissue..

III. The God-Fearing Man Is Solvent By His End And New Birth..

Practiced – like, dawn’s choir – to,
His chest;
Awoken – Chad,
of a serene scar; O
Gold Lament – rest,
in thy breast..!

..Gather – stars! Call – that, O
God-fearing man: that –
bloodline..! of, the Arc of
The Covenant..!

..I, practice – with, the dawn: with,
the arc – of,
His joyous heart..

IV. I See A Jiggered Lining Of Frowns.

I, see – a,
jiggered lining of frowns (yet –
they’ve, been
called – short; and –
left:
in,
wanting?) But – they,
have already done,
their long set walk; in,

what –
they,
wanted to do..

..I see – a,
jiggered lining – of,
frowns.

V.I’d Draw Of Her No Corners.

If – her, attitude is of
A gentlest modest charm;

I’d draw,
Of her – no,
Corners;
No –
Deliberate,
Qualm..

VI. Prettiness.

..And – as,
The good day: has – her,
In it:
I’d – not,
Try to unmingle;
Nor –
Discolour.

VII. To Call The Wild.

(One’s, ankle – must,
Surely – be,
Clean);

To – call,
The Wild – from,
His tree..

II. BABY BLUE EYES.
I. I Wonder How She Is. [September 5th, 2017.]

I wonder – how,
She is: that –
Earlier love;

I wonder – how,
He is: (which –
Mug?)

II. I Have Brought In More Colours.

And – unleashed,
New lines;

I, have – brought,
In: new colours;
This,
Time.

III. Broken English.

I wouldn’t mind a bit of (head from) The Jacinta Ardern Affect! Instead, of a Bill from the head of the English Department!

IV. I Flutter The Bird’s Song. [September 10th, 2017.]

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
Whilst – thinking,
Of ya’!

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
Between – the,
Stars; and –
The woods!

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
For – the,
Innuendo?

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
From, the
Leading Gail!

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
Whether – which,
Way – about,
Her!

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
This, little –
Hour!

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
Blonde; she –
Empowered!

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
Not –
Undernourished; nor –
Sour!

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
Dear – much,
Less harder!

I, flutter – the,
Bird’s song:
Sang – to,
The, hour..!

V. You Wouldn’t Read About It. [September 15th, 2017.]

A bee-keeper, up North somewhere – he, was the one stealing the hives! A, dishonest Bee-Keeper! (You, wouldn’t read about it..?)

VI. Got Tired Of Ren.

Got, tired of Ren…..Liszt, is now on..

VII. Ode to Renata Tebaldi.

Ode to Renata Tebaldi:
Sing me to sleep!

Ode to Renata Tebaldi:
Then – I shall,
Weep!

VIII. Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophila menziesii.)

Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophila menziesii):
I’ll – feel,
Like – a,
Tart;

Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophila menziesii):
If – I,
Buy – your,
Blue-Eyed Heart!

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Author: ludicroushands

Christchurch born. Reside in Christchurch. Art graduate. Folk Musician. Poet/Writer. Gardener. Hobo.

6 thoughts on “TO CALL THE WILD.”

  1. I don’t mean to sound rude sorry. I am not good at writing poems so who am l to comment; except to say your poems feel like wonderful colours and music.

  2. I guess so. They are my journal entries. Been, dating them for the last three years. I’ve, written hundreds of them. Compiling them, together in a book (for, friends) – titled, The Nuance And The Sheathe.

  3. Your poems are full of words l don’t understand. I love the way they make me have to use my brain. I love to learn. I have gone over and over them. Really beautiful.

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