RIC S. BASTASA


Passion Of A Woman - Poem by RIC S. BASTASA

A woman’s passion is easy to understand
The usual silence is her overwhelming
Yes,
It is her no that is consuming her really
A no to a kiss
A no to a hug
A no to a holding of her hand
A no to the fondle of her plump breast

A monster eating her
Longings and whims
Her desire
To spread to love against the skies

She will tell you
And she means it
She will kiss you with a
Spider’s kiss
Her hug would mean your surrender
And when she holds your hand she
Says there will be no stopping
There will be no excuses
There will be no reservation anymore
And when you fondle her breasts
She will rub your muscled chest
Her manner of hitting back
She would kill you if you would not
Go down under
And dig deeper
To her soul
Her fragility
Her unique nuances
Her calling sounds
Her moaning
Her way of loving you
A manner of reciprocating
Your advances
She is true too
In thoughts and in deeds
For what God has joined together
Let the man go further under.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 1, 2008



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