A tongue that tastes too well.
A throat that thirsts for the whole bath.
Ears unstoppered, gate-crashed and ringing;
aghast at the brazen yarns.
Saucer-eyed at the secret shows,
heart-throbbed at the wholeness of Om,
in prayerful listen.
Lee is a writer of poetry and short fiction and has an interest in the classics. His work has been published online, in print poetry magazines, and in a short story anthology. He resides in Central Ontario. You can find him on twitter @66human and on his website at https://secret-lifeof.com/