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Love Poem # 167

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My grizzled eyes stalked your lissome limbs
And discovered camouflaged curves
I purred a secret smile

I'm not reckless and thought to retire
But then your winsome smile
My surprised spirit soared on seldom seen condor wings

My excitement ripened like a restrained volcano
You snared my mind with comfortable associations
We progressed; each touch thrilled arousal

Now, you welcome my eyes, lips, and feckless fingers
My touch is no trespass
You've let me pass the sentries around your soul

And we soar.

- Chris Banner -

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