Crimson Waste

This is an excerpt from my first ever poetry collection, The Human Condition: A Collection of Poetry by Joti Heir. You can download the book free today and Sunday on Amazon.

Hope you like it, hope it makes sense. And I say that because it makes sense to me but if you have a moment please let me know what sort of sense it makes to you.  You can comment here or check the contacts page for email, Instagram or a fill-in page. Thanks so much if you can.

Crimson Waste

by joti heir

Oh
yes we should blush
it is darling is it not
in the face of your manliness

it is divine
for now you know
you turn a cheek crimson
and the crimson below is yours too

but how about
she is lovely
and turns crimson at the table

and later she turns over
and says
see you later

will you be happy
or agreeable
or angry

as your species do
if her crimson was wasted on another
and you became just a

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