Rendezvous - Poem by Alesia Leach
Down in New Orleans.
Back among the magnolia trees.
A rendezvous at midnight.
Under the golden moonlight.
We lay by the river in our lover's place.
You hold me in the darkness.
Me lost in your warm embrace.
Your kisses a sweet caress,
love should happen like this.
With only starlight to witness
your body in hot demand
as mine comes apart in your hands.
That I have to post this upsets me:
My poems are copyright. I am sharing my
poems for you to read not for you to
post willy-nilly to a website, in
your newsletter or anywhere else with out
my permission. I am available, leave me a
message. Especially to those who change
the name of my poem and not give proper
credit. You should be ashamed!
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