(881) Faded Erection - Poem by Melvina Germain
Dreams of grandeur consumes the hour,
meek to powerful thoughts of mind.
Skin unfolding erect and smooth,
confident and sure, I beckon her mine.
Embracing, sensuously loving,
passionately arousing time after time.
My powerful masterpiece fades away,
wrinkled, crushed seen better days.
A change takes place, in the blink of an eye.
Poor shrinking me wishes I could die.
Fever of the moment, frozen in time.
embarrassment, no excuses come to mind.
Face burning crimson red, I slowly move away.
This night I’ll not forget, I long for the light of day.
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