Ghassan Sayegh

(Tuckahoe, New York, USA)


Poem by Ghassan Sayegh

Twinkling wide black eyes in the love weaved,
The body is lush, the breasts are heaved,
Senuous innocence on the face sparked
Passionate longings my life have marked.
Teasing promises did still her fears,
Shivering sighs wiped out her tears,
With voice soft as a candle at night,
I became blinded by her daylight.
I melted before her seductive smile,
Eager, I darted racing the smile,
She ran her tongue over her lips,
The heart almost leaped out of the ribs.
Silver sequin smile with orchard voice,
Swept me off my feet, left me no choice,
Trembled, I opened desires door,
And longed to be in touch much more.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003