C. Michael Miller

Rookie (04-07-1955 / Oak Harbor, WA)

Dune Snake - Poem by C. Michael Miller

She is a like cinnamon-scented dune beneath me.
Moonlight caresses her with mysterious shadows that
hold euphoric promise... her warm scent
creating nocturnal desires.

She is like a sidewinder sliding
across the desert mosaic...
a sensuous dance, shifting and churning,
constantly moving... challenging...

I dance with her now... her venom coursing
through me... entranced.
I reach out for the scent and comfort of her
warm dune, moving through her shadows...
getting lost in them... hoping never to be found.

Comments about Dune Snake by C. Michael Miller

  • (9/12/2007 7:11:00 AM)

    Wahnt a vivid, fluently-written describtion of a woman! The use of imaginary and soothing similies is the core of this poem. They create a charming atmosphere of peace, beauty and desire that hide a dormant element that is about to burts... (Report) Reply

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  • (11/9/2005 7:45:00 AM)

    a rich compelling vivid
    use of words
    right there in the scent
    of her soul
    a really fine poem
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 9, 2005

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