Debra Miller

Rookie (Allentown PA)

Bella Donna - Poem by Debra Miller

Your smile,
captivating and genuine
sensuality radiating.
Your eyes,
a tapestry of painted complexity
awakened by detours of the heart;
illuminating desire.
Your skin,
the softness of silk
sewn by intricacies;
the fabric of life eternal.
Your touch,
delicate and deliberate
resisting urgency,
demanding immediacy;
longing stitched upon each trace.
Your kiss,
impassioned with hues of subtle self portraits
captured by flashes of still life emotions.
Beautiful woman,
self assured...
showering love's endless flow of emotions,
inspirational temptress
in your arms draw me near.

(June 19,2006)

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 30, 2011

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