Glances

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
A pick-up story

Submitted: September 08, 2016

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I caught a glance it’s all I needed,

To advance in this enchantment,

It’s a laugh, you came here absent,

Playing coy in this entrapment.

Hide behind a subtle smirk,

Instantaneous eruption,

Curl your lips around the glass,

Absolution in disruption.

 

Your dress hides not a curve,

See the dimple in your cheeks,

In the valleys of temptation,

Steady climbing towards your peaks,

Illuminated exit signs,

Reflected in your eyes,

Sets your motives into motion,

Throws your body into mine.

 

Car keys clatter as do teeth,

Engines turning over revving,

Front door slams but doesn’t shut,

Like she’s been here, she is leading.

Pitch black endless corridors,

Thuds against the quiet walls,

Clothes slink on the wooden floor,

She consumes me, takes it all.

 


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