Stephen Beam

Sexual Sustenance - Poem by Stephen Beam

Hello my dear, it's been so long maybe a year...

Have i but one desire this close to your threshold
For when i reach my peak, i reach for your home
Blessed by God and Nature you're given breasts to behold
The heart races and the blood flows through us

Warming each Body with a carnal lust and desire
Celibacy, how can one monk or priest stand it!
A marriage of Loins and dancing tongues fuel this fire
A hunger so rare, yet human it gives us reason to live

Just like the first time it is heaven in your arms and between your legs...

Your Caramel colored skin becomes bronze in the moonlight
Giving way to fire of two souls becoming one on a buckskin rug
fulfilling a hunger long, but not forgotten in our lustful fight
Now i know what the Great One meant when i become like a Deer

Ever present and a guardian for what lies very near
Looking across the starry heavens, i realize i have made a commitment
A commitment, to love, lust and their waning hunger
Now before the Moon and her many daughters, i seal my covenant

For now at the present, i am blessed with a fulfillment of my hunger

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008

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