Ana Burnhep

Jasmine - Poem by Ana Burnhep

Long French Braided hair
Deep brown eyes that stare
From directly across the room

Sips her drink
tips her head back and laughs
Move in

Ascending upon
Smell Jasmine and Musk
Freckles on her chest

Paper thin silk
Sun baked olive skin
pull you in

Laughing again
petal lips
bounce around in your iris

She is something
you so desire
to touch and to know

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 10, 2010

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