Carlos Rodriguez

Deep Waters - Poem by Carlos Rodriguez

The nakedness of your body
Warms my soul and sends
My heart on a spinning cycle
Of fury and turmoil.
Your breasts fully exposed
Pressed tight against my chest
I seek to find your hidden treasure
In the warmth arousal of your pleasure.
I wish to enter your sweet and dense forest
And penetrate your entire being from behind
Ain't life unkind?
I iwsh to consume your body
From top to bottom
And travel together to the land of milk & honey
Where our souls meet and play a child's game
As if dancing in a ring of fire.
Your silk, olive skin oozes sweat
And your body comfortably rests on top of mine
My legs wrapped around your waist
Pumping and pouring my love & lust into you.
Our bodies shivering with desire and locked as one
Makes my ultimate desire harder to control
I can feel each slow century of your moving
Only those who seek to find shall know
The secrets that you've been keeping
It is freedom that I am seeking.
A slow raging fire penetrates my insides
With the force of a hurricane which it travels
Fast and long as if drowning in deep waters.

Copyright by Carlos Alberto Rodriguez 2005

Comments about Deep Waters by Carlos Rodriguez

  • (12/31/2005 5:39:00 AM)

    You've managed to capture the magic of surrendering to passion in this poem (Report) Reply

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  • (12/9/2005 6:24:00 AM)

    never ceases
    and we all must submerge within its
    trembling being
    for without delight
    the earth is but a vast coffin
    a great poem
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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 9, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 31, 2005

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