Lilith - Poem by John Agnew
I am beguiled, besotted, bewitched
By Lilith with her curving hips,
Her rounded limbs, her shimmering hair,
Her rosy skin that glows when she is bare.
Those lovely eyes like two deep pools
Are worlds where only beauty rules.
My aching eyes drink in her breasts
So fair to see when she’s undressed.
Mark now how her sweet belly dips
To where I feel with fingertips
How soft it is between her thighs.
To drown in beauty’s never wise
But Lilith, love, I’m lost in thee
And pray you never set me free.
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