Wilfred Mellers

Veteran Poet - 1,573 Points (March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

Tell Me - Poem by Wilfred Mellers

Tell Me
Written by: Wilfred Charles Mellers
Saturday, December 14,2013


Tell me, are you going my way?
I'll take care of you in a flyway
Just to lay and squander the day
In manors sworn here, I cannot say
At the risk of sounding cliché
These thoughts let me try to convey
I won't skip the appetizer heading to the entree
You are a restaurant and not a cafe

These tidings for you I wrote
For most beloved, you get my vote
Such mortal pleasures need no antidote
For honey smooth's the willing throat
Such the actions you should dually note
You took off your winter coat
For me to sink the man inside the boat
Capsized ship started now to float

Let me here try to express
For my aim is for success
Whatever desired I will succeed
To scratch, that itch is what you need
Relax your mind as I proceed
In this endeavor, I will lead
For this, there's no need for speed
For heavenly desires will be freed

From your lips down to your hips
From your toes to your fingertips
Falling down the drunken trips
Sheet torn from sunken ships
The sun the moon intends to eclipse
Torpedo's lunch from battleships
Wines tasted from both your lips
In and out grottos missiles slips
Bedpost ankles surely grip
Exotic erotic dancer strip

Don't close your beautiful eyes
Pressed to fit I your perfect size
Chocolate coated torso quite the surprise
Surely worth more than money buys
Eagles soar and touch the skies
Tongue and cheek tell no lies
Warm fruits between those thighs
Now the sleeping giant starts to rise
You're the billion-dollar sweepstake prize
Mountain peaks reach from many tries
Journeys taken ventured to higher highs
Supper was eaten for time by so quickly flies

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, September 30, 2016


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