Stephanie (poem)

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Submitted: December 31, 2011

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Submitted: December 31, 2011



Written By Glenn McCrary & Jacqueline Webb



Softly, I noticed my Juliet’s skin flush;

Our sudden amour made her red----

And ripe as a peach,



Ready to fall off the branch.



Struck by curiosity I caressed her cheeks


The contact triggering chills down the spine.


Leaning into her,

I tip my tongue for a taste

To experience the flavor

that lies within those lips.


Oh, how hot the sensation!

It was a reverie many a man would die for

(and had died for)

That sizzled between us.

Like falling in love with a stranger




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