Kewayne Wadley

Silver Star - 3,276 Points (1987- / Groton, Connecticutt)

Beyond The Astronaut's Touch (From The Moon To The Stars) - Poem by Kewayne Wadley

Addiction softly runs down the course of her veins
Staring furiously into the eyes
Distant after dark
The stars began to smirk
Undressing her with their eyes
As In the slits of her caress was the infinite wonder that set fire to her veins
Her skin smooth as silk left nothing to the imagination
Needing to be felt as this desire began to hunger
Hunger for the touch of them and them alone
Place didn't matter
Destination didn't matter
To be ruled, de-found by her needing that bled as want
The stars themselves knew this as they watched
They watched
Longing more and more as they lit the spots of her that couldn't be seen
Give to me the heaven that surrounds you
Yet the fever that burns in your eye as we defy the gravity that binds us be
abused by human hands
Pleasure once forbidden by the gods now becomes ours
May lips quiver with the tears of the sky as this, can bare no more
Let every part of you be explored in depth
quivers of heavens lips that dread the coming of the dawn
everlasting
Let every look of your eye undress just as I to you
Chloropharmed thoughts that alone charm
the hells I'd go through for the whim of your touch as the heavens that run through my veins needs this,
as the corners of you light up the nirvana that keeps the suns fire a blaze
After dark


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 31, 2014

Poem Edited: Monday, March 31, 2014


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