Kace Klosed

Rookie (capricon '96 / New Orleans)

'Unwanted From My Female Temptation'

For the first time I feel whole
Letting you explore my treasure's gold
I wonder how a southern belle acts
The high yearning in my mother's tracts
This time now I feel whole
Letting you explore my treasure's gold

My heart beats and yearns to have
This part to my whole...your half
You say that today as you yawn
Is our only night until dawn
As temptation sparks up I agree
Because I'm searching for the half
that completes me
And this time now I feel whole
Letting you explore my treasure's gold

We lay in this bed almost dawn
Spooning in a fetus position a child unborn
I stay there silently trying not to move
Anything not to stop this spoon
I love your muscles that's wrapped around
I began to see what I have found
A secret in me that stays untold
The reason I feel whole
The same reason I'm letting you
Explore my treasure's gold

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 20, 2013


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I wrote this poem in my room. I got the inspiration from a book I'm now reading and its similarity to me. The poem is actually about going down a road if now rules and breaking the #1 rule of no rules. Let me know how you feel about this poem...it's my first one on here! :)

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