Lovely Lady

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
The budding physical relationship between a young man and an older woman.

Submitted: February 13, 2017

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Submitted: February 13, 2017

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Lovely lady, earth and fire,
Thaw my barren land,
I've been here preserved in time,
A seed without a planters hand.
Sow me gently, buried deep,
Tend to all my needs.
Growing as the seasons change,
Harvest what is green.

Lovely lady, flesh and bones,
Mother Nature birthed.
Eviscerate your sense of purpose,
Pull me down onto the dirt.
Stoke the fire, burn our clothes,
Leave us nude and free.
Your budding flower captivates,
Unveil it there to me.

Lovely lady, wood and nails,
Heal my holy wounds,
You were nude in tempting light,
I was kneeling there subdued.
Eat my body, drink my blood,
Rid me of my sins,
Love me for eternity,
Before the end begins.


© Copyright 2017 Evan Saint-Laurent. All rights reserved.

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