Robert Edgar Burns
Sexual Tension - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
A pair of dangling earrings.
Six rings upon your hands.
Two dainty necklaces on your neck,
Does not escape this man.
Red polish on your nails and toes.
Eyeliner on your brow.
Bright lipstick on your supple lips,
Your aura brightly glows.
Dark hair sparkles highlights bright,
My fingers through it trace.
My hand behind to cup your head,
As I bend to kiss your face.
I smell a feminine perfume.
Your blouse highlights your breasts.
Your shapely curves are evident,
Imagination displays the rest.
Sensuality flows from you my love.
You tantalize me everyplace.
But nothing quite excites me as,
The smile in your eyes and face.
I could live just for your smile.
I’m in love, so there is no faction.
I am so proud you also display,
Love’s mutual attraction!
I looked your way to admire you,
Which is something I often do.
You were looking and smiling elsewhere,
Toward the other side of the room.
A handsome woman entered the room.
I saw her catch your eyes.
Your head did follow as she moved.
I heard you as you sighed.
I knew then I was not the girl
Your dreams were made of dear.
And if I must compete with her
I’ll lose you soon I fear.
Every other girl will turn your head.
But my eyes from you won’t stray.
To me you are perfection.
In your light I want to stay.
So, angel of my heart and dreams,
If I can’t fulfill your needs,
Oh how I wish it me you saw,
When you have your fantasies.
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