Upwards, 'suddenly I Thrust - Poem by James McLain
I Thrust upward, 'Suddenly
It is only because that you move as you do
moving up, moving down
always around and the angles are awkward
unknown and resplendent to me.
The other one whom came before
'dear' and she, after you 'said
it is the angle of your pelvis.
I only, 'Thrust upward or Suddenly
squeezing you squeeze,
Coming without warning pushing in
they are moved independently of each other,
'one up and one down,
red center line
from the base to the crown and your hand
reaching back smooths the road.
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