Cranberry lips leave a thin line around the rim
He doesn’t remove it- thinks it’s hot and I’m fine
Wet lips explore his mouth and he tastes me like sweet candy
Relishing the intimate moments we’re daring to share
In the quiet of the moonlight we take our time to touch
To feel his large hands cupping me it’s almost. too. much.
Love or lust? Does it matter? Do I care?
His dark eyes and warm tan body makes me want to sin
Suddenly we are skin to skin and my hand rubs up and down him.
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Bending down on my knees looking through the keyhole at their secretive display
My curiosity overcoming any rational thinking as only Primitive Brain remains
Erupting flames from their fire catch me off guard and I fall back with a thud-mouths frown
Only slightly interrupted all I see is the red, curly hair on her head bobbing up and down
Trying to mask my need and wanting while watching this treasure trove of pleasure
I hear the doorknob turn as I fall face first into their storm
Though I’m caught red handed and embarrassed by my distaste-
He raises me from the floor, grabs my waist and shuts the door…
Blending memories with the weighted glare of her disconcerted eyes, I wonder…
Was it my fault he left her for another woman as he gripped her son good-bye?
The drama builds in my terminally odd mind filled with casual complacency
From the ledge I look up at the lucky stars and feel regret rain down from the sky
When suddenly I turn around, it’s her.
As I tumble to my death, I let out a helpless cry.
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I’m breathless, from running in the meadow deep∼while trying to distinguish the weeds from the trees
I’m panting, mouth open and pleading for more ∼so restless, still moving my tongue back and forth
I’m wanting, from wandering around in the snow∼licking my lips and savoring the cold
I’m falling, from slipping on rocks in the brook∼rubbing my thy up and down where it hurts
I’m confusing sleep with being awake∼fading in and out of dreams as the blood starts to seep.
I watched you kill me a thousand times in life∼before you actually made me die
and now I write to you from the other side∼to say good-bye, beloved Night.
Haunted by your frightening memory and the stormy passion we displayed
I’m now lost amidst the abyss of darkness that surrounds me day after day.
The black sky rains silver streaks of lightning and waves of regret
I look down at vivid colors∼the brilliant display is heaven unabated.
So you finally did it, succeeded in your scheme, but now, my thoughts of you have faded
from somewhere in-between I write to you, my killer∼to say good-bye, beloved Night.
Under the surface of the water she lifts her weary eyelids up and peers
at the sunlit streaming rays pouring through the waves into her soul.
She looks down at her bruised and beaten body-though quite useless at this point
As it lays on the ocean floor beneath.
Shewing the biting fish away she wonders why her spirit hasn’t departed
one way or the other…
Why this hesitation? Why did they leave her behind in the sea?
There are questions to ponder-but somewhere in the wonder
of being caught, in-between, is a revelation of life itself.
She turns and floats deeper into the murky water…
Death came calling but she did not answer.
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Today is not a day for wine; though I have some expensive Porta Vita Italia waiting for me. Today I’m having Canadian Club Reserve. Aged 9 years. Smooth whiskey to help me forget last night. There’s some truth to the lyrics of one of Eminem’s songs; “When a tornado meets a volcano….” Especially when you mix in my Borderline and another man. I told myself to forget. We agreed we wouldn’t talk of last night again. But, there’s something cathartic about writing it out. And so that’s the next poem I’m writing now. I’m sure you’re waiting with bated breath, right? lol. I can only hope and dream. (Unmutes the tv and pauses writing for the steamy shower sex scene between two (shouldn’t be) lovers. Hot and bothered is totally me. Courtesy of “Power.”