Treasure Island

Irene Pang


Women's Greatest Assets


Voluptuous, round, soft, and plump,
Breasts- the ultimate source of pleasure
For babies and for men, alike.

Babies, burying their heads in their mama’s bosoms,
Say bye bye to dangers, say bye bye to insecurities,
They wrap their plump lips around the little pink dots.
And voilà, they suck!

Sfuuuuuuuup~ sfuuuuuuup~
Slurrrrrrrrrrp~ slurrrrrrrrrp~
Hunger, desire, yearning,
Lust (in its most primitive form) ,
Overwhelm these babies, as they suck fervently
On the little pink dots of their mama.

Men, placing their hands on their women’s bosoms,
Say bye bye to self-discipline, say bye bye to dignity,
They circle their fingers around the little pink dots.
And voilà, they caress!

Shhhhhhhhhh~ chhhhhhhhh~
Shhhhhhhhhh~ chhhhhhhhh~
Hunger, desire, yearning,
Lust (in its most mature form) ,
Overwhelm these men, as they caress passionately
Around the little pink dots of their women.

Voluptuous, round, soft, and plump,
Breasts- the ultimate source of pleasure
For babies and for men, alike.

Submitted: Saturday, May 07, 2011
Edited: Saturday, May 07, 2011

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  • Buried Alive (5/7/2011 12:41:00 PM)

    very original
    but how do you answer the many who
    say a woman's tush is her biggest asset (Report) Reply

  • Greg Uhan (5/7/2011 1:33:00 AM)

    I think you've proved a woman's greatest assets are infact her words, hmm... maybe. Love the richness and depth of your poems and admire the honest humanity in work. Thank you for sharing. (Report) Reply

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