Sex And The Water (Taste), by Lawrence Mathebula
Smooth heat rubbed against my lips.
I went close to fetch a kiss and swallowed sips
Drawn from a tongue;fruit, bitten subtly, slow
Because I know I may hurt hers, mine also:
The same I feel is what there maybe is felt too.
Here now, we've came, than frowning me and you
Are holding tight behind our horse's neck
Riding through days and night's weave of starful black
There but I brighten night with all a sunny day;
Death to the lazy and to thee;her chastish ways!
And sky, its whispers blow the cool and quietest,
Fall from cloud rainless while it pours on thee, the first,
Woman of choice of heart struck loudest where it lives
It touches most;it brings the hand, a hand that gives!
|Posted: 2018-11-08 04:21:36 UTC|
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