Beautiful - Poem by Roger Velli
Your lips moist
like the rose bud in bloom
where dawn shed its desire
My eyes feast in your form -
Your thorns prick in me
the sweet pleasure of pain.
I dive in you
An insatiable hummingbird
And flutter your petals to blush.
I reach in you deep
until you and me are one
in this cosmic embrace.
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