Climax Poem by R.K. Cowles

R.K. Cowles

hudson falls, new york

Climax



Eluding the peril
Dreamt off apparel
A clown's imitation
An artist's creation

The sounds of reptitous, senseless laughter
From the corrider
Entire party intoxicated
Generated by the jester's cider

Stripped naked
Deeply sedated
A puzzling find
That boggles the mind

The sounds of bawdy arousal
From their quarters
Each individual
awaits his turin
In alphabetical order

Adored endless
By a love-sick fool
Dreamly abedded
In a spermatic pool

The volptous female figures entices
The male phallus' to harden
Smell of lustful scents
In spew - soaked gardens

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This poem appears in my 260 poem poetic anthology 'The Hodgpodge of Poetized Morsels Parts 1 Through 5' on lulu.com and also on my first book on RoseDogBooks.
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R.K. Cowles

hudson falls, new york
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