David Joel Rodriguez
You And I Smiled+* (2002) - Poem by David Joel Rodriguez
I watched as you slept and I smiled at your rosy lips
You hear me breathe and unbar your beady brown eyes.
I begin to smile and as I reach for your supple hips,
Carefully, you show endearment as I hold your thighs.
Somehow I find my way to your love and compassion
You cloak me with your passionate intensifying skin;
I spoil my love like a long awaited true confession.
As you embellish me with your scorching fiery kiss.
You give me a smile; a warm sneaky transgression.
I ravish at your succulent smile, sweeter than saccharine.
Twice, you apprehend my body leading to an inspiring love abyss.
I am in complete trance with your fragrance of luscious Jessamine
How did we even end up to such an esurient state of bliss?
How did our paupered bodies neglect sexual affluent twists?
You and I smiled as our peaky fondness gradually encroached
We watched, scanned and observed; desirous and approached.
Unscrambling our facial expressions has always been worthwhile
So here we are, staring at each other, owing it to one simple smile.
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