Rose Marie Cook


Red, fresh skin alluring
Casting shadows of dark beauty
The look of the body creates
Salivation leading you to desire
Your thoughts surround it, now you're engaged
You touch the dew of melting frost.

Lute-scent elongated beauty
Voluptuous figure on your eyes creates
Gluttonous incalculable by desire
Insidious and bound by fights engaged
The coruscate frost
Emits light alluring.

Coarse shell creates
A canvas drawn closer by desire
Potent juice engaged
Your tongue drips with exposed frost
The scent teases alluring
You gawk in awe of its beauty.

You reach for sour desire
The green catches your gaze engaged
The sweet dew leaves no frost
You peel back the layer alluring
There sits your green beauty
You bite in relieving sigh creates.

You pop it in your mouth engaged
The shimmer of frost
The enticing flavor you find alluring
The juice stains you lips red, beauty
The addiction creates
A daunting desire.

White coating like frost
A deep blue alluring
Tiny rounds of beauty
Smashed to paint creates
New ideas, new desires
Your mind starting to be engaged.

Savory fruits such alluring beauty
Every sense creates desire
Keeping you alert with engaged frost.

Submitted: Friday, January 21, 2011

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