John. Hall

Rookie - 81 Points (07/12/1943 / Nedlands WA)

A Celebration - Poem by John. Hall

The secret parts of you
Include the curve of your nose
And cheeks
The round softness of your eyes
The wonder of your breasts
And thighs
The secret places like the pulse
Behind your ears
The dimples on your knees
The wetness of your mouth and tongue
The place of sighs
And chiefly there the smell of you
The sound of your voice
Your smoking laughter
Curling up teasing
And sending me
Just a little insane.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 7, 2013

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