Tyler Wilcox


Femininity In A Rain Coat - Poem by Tyler Wilcox

You awoke early
And shouted at the sunrise.
Hair like medusa,
Spread violently from your head
And you were beautiful.

Shadows creep
Like delicate silk fingers
Tracing patterns over
Your white virginal neck
And I was pleased.

We lean back
On the dirty sheets
Play children's games
Beneath crimson labia
Broken hymen promises.

The rain coat bursts
From your arms
In orgasmic fury
You knew then that
What I told you was true


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 14, 2013


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