Richard Muirhead

Rookie - 48 Points (November 5th 1966 / Hong Kong)

Honey Brown Locks - Poem by Richard Muirhead


Honey dew, rays of sunshine fall upon
the silk of your shiny hair,
gently illuminating it in all
its radiant glory,

Woken up by nature`s rays, the warm
water cascades, washes tangles away so creams
and lotions beautify the flowing mass
of sensuous, surging waves
that I soon run my fingers through as I
blow dry, with you sitting on my lap,

Soon we lie on red satin sheets
And I whisper 'I love you'
As I thread a pink rose
Through those curls and waves.
So soon, gently kissing your curvaceous cheeks, lips, neck,
then I brush your hair lovingly, luxuriously,
in slow motion as we move to the jacuzzi
- a mirror above us........

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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