Christopher Cofield


Eye Of The Beholder (Part Ii) - Poem by Christopher Cofield

you grinned and broke into a smile
watching as you turned this way and that
taking inventory of your robust frame
proud of the BIG man that stands before you

watching as you turned this way and that
caressing your scars and stretch marks
proud of the BIG man that stands before you
holding innocence in the palm of your hand

caressing your scars and stretch marks
spying to see how each line connects
holding innocence in the palm of your hand
longing for love to touch you this way again

spying to see how each line connects
appreciation for your body to long denied
longing for love to touch you this way again
looking to see desire reflected in your eyes

appreciation for your body to long denied
a tear shed in remembrance for a lovers lost touch
looking to see desire reflected in your eyes
the heat of sex appeal ripples over your skin

a tear shed in remembrance for a lovers lost touch
taking inventory of your robust frame
the heat of sex appeal ripples over your skin
you grinned and broke into a smile

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Comments about Eye Of The Beholder (Part Ii) by Christopher Cofield

  • Rookie Ruby Root (8/6/2006 9:13:00 AM)

    Hi Christopher, You are in true Love, It is nice too see in todays world. Love is hard to find and for people to give. Excellent poem. Take care. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 6, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 23, 2010


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