Fab Ricciardi

Rookie (Aug.29,1962 / Milan, Italy)

Man Again


Steadily increasing the pressure upon yourself
To release the unnerving thumping of
Truly undeniable passion
Thrusting yourself deep inside her lonely existence
Surrounded by inexhaustible thoughts of pleasure
Believing the impossible promises, and, lies of love
Once again I crumble into your
Womanhood
And I become
Man once again,
If only,
…Just for a while.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 20, 2005
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