There is always more to love. For you love
is a koi gliding through water: content,
at peace, blest. For me it is the clawed glove
piercing fish-flesh, feeling you wriggle, bent
double. Come, cum, pray: intense, phrenetic,
like a pretty piece of flesh — or a crushed
chrysanthemum — or the gothic chronic
that I roll for you. You have blushed and blushed,
swimming in circles. I do not love pools.
I love the mad sea. I love the forces
that no soul can control. Pierced and hoisted
high, fish, you crash back down. Seas have no rules.
Gape and gasp as all inside you gushes,
geysers, squirts such thick chaotic fluid.