Human Attraction - Poem by Orlando Belo
An instant glimpse that caught the eye
raised an interest without a try.
A human attraction that sought to please,
brought a pleasurable moments tease.
A forehead, a nose, a mouth, a chin,
a neck, a shoulder, beautiful skin.
A foot, an ankle, a calf, a thigh,
a bottom, a waist, a breast, a sigh.
Different curves that attract the eye,
have to be seen before passing by.
The promise to see more is always there,
and all because of that fleeting stare.
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