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Slip Off your Gown

Poem by: caralouann

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Submitted: December 05, 2007

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Slip Off your Gown

A re-write from Slip Off Your Shoes. by PureRomance

A friend of mine's poem
written in a man's point of view.
well half and half hehe


Standing there in a sensual gown,
wet hair flowing over shoulders.

Crisp scents of lavender fill the air,
fueling my hunger, tempting my needs.

I beckon you to the bed,
taking soft hands in mine.

Passionately kissing,
arm's held before me.

Pulling closer, kissing your neck,
a gasp gently escapes.

Take me you say, I'm all yours,
Baby I love you so much it hurts.

No one has ever embraced me,
with such compassion.

Take me in your arms,
let's make sweet love.

 

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Prompt: pick a poem of mine and re-write

http://allpoetry.com/poem/3658358

A re-write from Slip Off Your Shoes. by PureRomance

written in a man's point of view.

for his contest


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