Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR (A Collection of Select Works... / The City That Never Sleeps)
Quite Sensual In Nature
Between the arbored bridge of seed and stem
life breaks ground as consequence
of winter-seed, sweet morning dew,
blessings of Natures genesis.
And Earth, like man stands firm, protects -
comfortably...arousing young flowers
to stem, moisten, glow and blossom,
be pleasured....as flowers must be pleased.
And her efflorescence, so femininely poised,
spreads open quite sensually with incipient glamour;
beckoning the Earth, in her own natural way
to hold ''Her'' tight as she negotiates position.
Still, Nature will challenge her passion with dragons-teeth,
threatening her beauty, her eminence...the elements.
Until like man, Earth stands firm, provides
all the flower needs to revel in the pleasures of Life.
_________________ F j R ________________
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