Jason PraTT

Rookie (26 Nov 1979 / Houston, Texas)

Jazz Uh Bel Lady - Poem by Jason PraTT

music sways her breasts
vibrant in the mood swing
of her thighs
the crisp velvet in her deceit
while her hips deceives the moon
and her hair waves throughout
smoky bars and pool rooms
while the jukebox spews
dizzy melodies for the masses
and her body is but the bridge
that crosses my path every
other night of the week
with her wrapping eyes and
medusa smile, articulately
trickling this unspoken ecstasy
during which her heels stabs
into my heart while she walks
on by

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2005

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