Twin Geisha Girls, Portrait Poems - Poem by Captain Cur
I started with the brush tickling your calf
tip dipped into rose flower paint, a laugh,
I say hold still as you face the mural wall
your shadow smiling on the geisha girl.
Her eyes shy in purple blue kimono,
you naked staring with quizzical soul
then asked me to paint you into her dream
flesh canvas poised innocence shared scene.
Your right foot slightly raised, left full extend
curved buttocks, legs together uplift end
creased smooth white back, head tilts,
hands tease cup breasts
I stop my strokes, twin painted body rests.
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