my plate (a poem)

They can’t all be about moonbeams and sexy sexiness. Just a moment of realness.  Decisions to be made:by the way, life support? what were his final wishes?mahogany, cherry, or a walnut casket for your loved one?by the way, what happens the next time she wraps her car around a tree? you do know she’s a drunk?what if…

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I, Your First Girl (an erotic poem)

featured image: Two Women 2 by Steve K you arched your back so high it cracked you weren’t expecting that to grip my head between pale thighs your vocals beyond soft sighs guttural, primal, like you could die 21 then, i made the first move ocean eyes imploring naturally i obliged my thumb along your…

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Moonstruck (a poem)

“La bella luna! The moon brings the woman to the man. Capice?” Moonstruck (1987) featured image: Woman of the Full Moon by Robert Magnus incandescent by the light of that great orb the path she walks alone, unclothed, defenseless some choose harsh rays, heat of day she radiates by way of night whispers, lit upon…

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Scorpion Squished (a poem)

Outfitted with a stinger Your existence is a threat Most creatures conceal their weapons Left unchecked even as they harm But oh no, not the scorpion Your weapon is on display Thus, you had it coming Not really a poem, more like words born out of irritation. I meant to type this up a few…

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Shift (an erotic poem)

This one started out serious and ended up as being fun, taken by a moment. As always, thoughts are welcome. His approach provokes thoughts Movement, breathtaking in it’s own right [decided, intended, forward] He flips the attention onto me Distracting me from admiring his prowess I love the way you move I think you’ll go…

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Writer’s Lift Wednesday #21

This is a writersliftwednesday blog, sharing the works of fellow writers, poets and persons random. All re-blogs will be linked appropriately to their authors. Writing is no easy calling and nothing easy was ever worth doing. Support each other. Blog and reblog. (1) There’s a sweet simplicity in “Over Coffee” that I enjoy and know…

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