Concrete Rendezvous

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Submitted: December 31, 2011

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Written By Glenn McCrary & Jacqueline Webb

Uncoordinated,

Whetted by lust,

We let attraction guide our bodies----

The elegance of yoga or ballet lost in the moment.

Jauntily I danced,

Cradling my muse across my knees;

The rest of me ready for intimacy to be engaged.

Along the damp concrete,

Conceived by way of a symphony

Like that of the autumn rain

We collided.

Sated by our chaotic tumble,

I wiped the sweat off my brow

Cleansed swiftly of all belligerent woes----

The euphoria of love busted open my heart

And made me happy for Thursday to dawn.

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