Dean Meredith


Ode To Femininity - Poem by Dean Meredith

I like women
The ones who
Don’t try to be men
I could look
At them all day
Every day and
Never get bored
Like looking at nature
For we are nature
Every one of us
Beasts and beauties
But I think
Most of all
I like their touch
And how they feel
So soft and gentle
Smooth like fur
Of cat or rabbit
I like their hot passion
And floral musky scent
Their cool calmness
Soothing summer breezes
I like their playfulness
Like little girls
Their shyness
All cute and coy
Those twinkles
In their eyes
Those looks that say
I’m sweet and innocent
But I can be very naughty

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, June 15, 2013


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