Robert Edgar Burns

Rookie - 1 Points (02/14/1953 / Dunedin, Florida)

The Essence Of A Woman And Youâ  - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns

Alluring and seductive
Flowing hair down to the waist.
Dainty slender fingers
Smooth and soft her tender hands,
Shapely curves appeal to mens eyes
They move up and down her frame,
All done in swiftest seconds
Concealing brusk but minor shame!
Fragile strength and tender touches.
Matching soft and gentle voice,
Melodious and feminine,
Calmly soothing to the ear.
Legs graceful and delicate,
Floating over every floor,
Just when you find her ending
You find there’s so much more!
In moonlight often reflected
A twinkle in her eyes.
Soft pools of deepest feelings,
Emotions seldom held.
You can’t describe in words of prose,
It matters not if your words rhyme!
For the essence of a woman
Will astound you all the time!

``````  YOU `````` 
A cup of cold water 
To one dying of thirst.
A loaf of bread for my hunger.
A soothing massage
For a horrible pain that’s
A gentle kiss to my soul.
A holding of hands to
Let me know that I’m loved.
A sweet spoken word of concern.
A call on the phone just 
To see how I am.
The respect that I see in your eyes.
The three little words
That you openly say,
I now have begun to believe them.
The eyes of a goddess,
That cause me to float away,
Into another dimension.
The strength of your passions,
In spite of severe obstacles.
Yet the tenderness you still display.
A giving of self when you’d rather rest.
A caring for others is first.
Not giving in when it would be easier to do.
These are just a tiny few of the things,
That hold me captive as your devoted servant.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 26, 2012

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