Bancroft Boreland

Rookie - 0 Points (February 14 / Jamaica)

I Saw Her - Poem by Bancroft Boreland

The clouds were white and happy
As the trees waved and danced
To the peaceful music of the wind
There I stood above the valley
Fascinated by its majestic beauty
And then I saw her…

She had brown seductive eyes
A magnetic, petite figure
Visible through her silk dress outlining her body
She chatted with the lilies and roses
As the birds sang to her
So quite and delicate she seemed
Just like a fragile flower
Flawless and impeccable she was
There was no one word to describe her
I was hypnotized by this being
My body was afire with lust
There I stood
Oblivious to everything else but her

She undressed before me and I lost control
I played with her rosy nipples as they jumped at me
Her body so soft and delicate melted at my touch
She moaned with pleasure as she came
While I was doing a little foreplay
I filled her burning spot
And time stopped as I rode her gently
She held and pulled me deeper within her
As arrived at an explosive climax

Nature looked at us there in the valley
Lying on a carpet of roses
She never told me but I knew her name
I smiled when she said
‘I love you Josh’
Then I turned to pick her a rose
But she vanished and was no more

I awoke above the valley
Filled with dismay
Because she was only a dream
I stood to leave for home
There was a silk dress before me…

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 16, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 16, 2011

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