I get you in early morning for sun slivers that kiss the insides of your thighs. I want truly, to see you dip, and twist, and pushed into corners. Rainer Maria Rilke was a Bohemian-Austrian poet who believed in the precise preciousness of our own solitude, our own pure blank canvas. You read his Guide to Life in my bed in winter– mold theory on your lips and it licks at me, and illuminates what does not yet have light. I let your mouth ease my mind. But I want under your canvas. I string up the vibe we leave behind like constellations inside my bedroom, fit for fortune-telling of some kind. You are soft in secret spaces and wear smiles that weigh against the torque of life. You teach me how and I treat you like a church. I worship at your altar and pay penance to your gods, with pleasure. I will stand guard over your solitude.
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“I hold this to be the highest task of a bond between two people: that each should stand guard over the solitude of the other.”― Rainer Maria Rilke