Treasure Island

Amanda Tams


Let The River Flow


The undulating waters caress the bank seamlessly
Lapping little wavelets, just to tease and to tempt me

‘Dip in you’ll be alright’ they softly sing my name
But one dip I could be lost, I know the name of this game.

Come now, slide into me, come feel the real delight
The river ripples on, the water cool, the moon so bright.

Just break the surface quickly; you know you really want to
Let your body be caressed, you are with the one that wants you.

Let the river flow, where it meets the raging sea
Let the river flow, the way that you want me.

The cooling waters, sooth the beast of savage brow
Flowing and caressing as only it knows how.

From cooling waters to raging torrent, let it flow where it might
Just let the river flow, while you hold me close and tight.

© 07/06/2013 AT

Submitted: Friday, December 06, 2013

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