Poems And Seduction - Poem by M.L. Emmett
and pretend they love to be left alone
but they nag
for your company.
Poems can dance the tango alone
Poems twist tassels on their nipples
bump and grind their fanny
to a pounding disco beat.
Poems slide long satin gloves
pulling each finger tip gently
to bare skin
Poems can whisper promises
that light the touch paper
and detonate desire.
Poems make shadows
hold their breath
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