Storm Clitoris


Storm Clitoris

by Howard Bloom



hormones heave

and skin receptors

gather like the black

storm clouds


and that pink

of rising sun

beneath the labial shelf of cloud

turns red

in your clitoris

when I

finger it

or touch it

with my tongue


the thunder streaks

a scarlet

through the darkness

of the cumulus


it pours

you shudder


your thighs

silk beaches

by my cheeks

they pound with waves

that sweep you

when I mist your

hidden crimson

with my tongue.


Howard Bloom, a recent visiting scholar at the Graduate Psychology Department at New York University and a faculty member at The Graduate Institute, is the author of two books: The Lucifer Principle: A Scientific Expedition Into the Forces of History and Global Brain: The Evolution of Mass Mind From The Big Bang to the 21st Century. Bloom is the founder of two new fields: mass behavior and paleopsychology.  


From 1968 to 1988, Bloom did fieldwork in the world of business and mass media. Bloom edited and art-directed an experimental graphics and literary magazine that won two National Academy of Poets prizes. Bloom worked with  most all of the major TV and film companies such as Sony, NBC-TV, Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures, EMI and Disney, and helped Sony launch its first software operation in the US (Sony Video); and advised the strategists putting together a new venture called MTV.

Bloom’s clients in public relations and career strategy included Michael Jackson, Prince, Bette Midler, John Mellencamp, Bob Marley, David Byrne, Peter Gabriel, Paul Simon, and click here for the rest.


Bloom is the founder of: The International Paleopsychology Project, The Big Bang Tango Media Lab; and The Howard Bloom Organization, Ltd. He co-founded Cloud Studio Inc., The Omnology Project, has been a founding board member of the Epic of Evolution Society and founding council member of The Darwin Project; as well as an advisory board member of the Institute for Accelerating Change. He is also the executive editor of The New Paradigm book series.



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