Treasure Island

scarlette Phoenix

(1987 March 25 / Cape Town)

A Blessing Of Sorts


so long it's been
since she's seen him
missing him so
she asks for him to show

show he does
her heart starts to race
excitement
he see on her face

sit & talk
thats all they do
until the first kiss
turns into a few

things get heated
it has to stop
she doesn't have the heart
and soon he's on top

things are moving fast
she doesn't mind though
she's his canvas
and this is his show

eyes drifting closed
letting her body take over
kissing her senseless
tasting all of her

opening her eyes
she sees his face
her heart cries
wanting this to never end

turning her head
through the window she sees
lady lunar looking
down upon her bed

this is a blessing
letting her know
to let her
inhibitions go

Submitted: Thursday, July 26, 2012
Edited: Thursday, July 26, 2012

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