Kaity Desrosiers

Freshman - 782 Points (United States)

Honey Dew - Poem by Kaity Desrosiers

Rain at dawn
Defined during
Spring bloom.
Rose petals written
In the sky
On a cloudy afternoon.
Vines penetrate
On a full moon.
Blossomed honey suckled
On a starry night.
Wolves howl from
Sunset to sunrise.
Twine by your sight of
Baby blue hues.
You drift away by my
Wet sweet honey dew!
Your salty cucumber
I cannot waste.
Inch, by inch
Together
We will baste.
Slap me,
Tease me,
Bite me,
Please me!
Oooooooh
Honey dew,
Honey dew,
Honey dew me!
Deeply captured,
Unyielding in ecstasy!

Topic(s) of this poem: love, sex, vegetable, fruit


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 17, 2016

Poem Edited: Sunday, November 13, 2016


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