Rafael Cazares

Nymph Cliff

The precipice lay abroad,
a legion of stars the night had called.
Amid this, lured a nymph,
At the end of a cliff,
Who's magnetic stare
paralyzed romantic men stiff.

Clear skin, with a convincing grin,
She sparkles brighter than a mermaids fin.

There laid a possessive desire for these creatures
designed with erotic features.

The Night stretched long,
and the Passion strong,
Urging Desire to come along.
Only the valiant man of courage

Equipped with arms
filled with charms,
Tends to flourish,

As does she.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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