Clouds Poems: 380 / 500

Carnal

Rating: 4.3

He knew the term from adolescence,
had never tasted it due to benign
but earthen scents of ripened spuds,
he savoured all once all the clouds had gone.
Black as the night she was, exotic pleas
and wore the mantle of abject delight.
There was no vanity nor pure deceit
and only carnally there would be peace.

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I'm going to ditto Mary on this one.... t x

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Mahnaz Zardoust-Ahari 20 March 2006

Sweet temptation? Hmmm.......

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Mary Nagy 19 March 2006

I see I've been missing some wonderful poems! Very nice one Herbert. Sincerely, Mary

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Gina Onyemaechi 18 March 2006

Another hot little number, Herbs. You must have had yourself some fun writing this. For my part, I've particularly enjoyed line five - most alluring. A man well and truly 'down under': -) Good stuff. Winking at you, Gina.

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***** ********* 18 March 2006

Carnally speaking this is spot on Herbert! lol Excellent work. Grinning, while the kids away, mother will play! 10 from a real wild, carnal child Tai

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