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
Things are better off this way
Our contract ran in turmoil for far too long anyway
If I never see you again
I will mourn your spot but not seek
Redemption in the form of groveling
If we don’t ever speak
That will be just fine