For Like A Flower Devises - Poem by Mark Heathcote
I held her close in my arms
For like a flower devises
I became helplessly captivated
In her litmus blue glances…
Each wink of an eyelash
Becomes a Venus flytrap
A lure of honey withheld.
One-bite of her lips a mantrap!
Befalls all … entreated to her charms
For her beauty is such,
All your abstinence, disarms
For just one longing touch.
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