Joshua Mccoy Poems
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A Man Eating An Apple
He touched her smooth curves
and played with the top of her head.
He rubbed his fingers along the red texture of her skin
and water began to bead down her body.
He stripped her of all clothing
And submerged her naked body under cold water until bubbles
No longer rose to the surface
Then he took her pale white body into his lustful hands,
Brought her face to face forcing her to wince at the overwhelming pressure,
And took fourteen bone chorusing bites.
Juicy and Sweaty
They contact me through freshly cracked wounds of past love and dwell upon my former feelings of affection to take what they need and toss me aside. Remedies for boredom and love sickness lie abundant within me to easily give away in excess to anyone who asks, so the high demand doesn’t bother me much. However, lately two ghosts have risen from the crypt of my past to stir hope and longing in my sealed off heart but I won’t fall prey to their seductive teasing anymore.
They can haunt my med