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By the Stream Beside the Meadow

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By the Stream Beside the Meadow

On a grassy bank beside a trickling stream
I view her ebony locks of which I've dreamed

Naked she is bathing in translucent crystal clear
As I long for her shapes to shadow me near

This short distance between us in natures surround
For soon we will be in clinch on her sacred ground

Whilst all around there are sounds of wildlife lush
It leaves you in marvel as it quietens to a hush

I turn my head in this most dreamy of place
As I capture her beauty that nature has graced

The cooling waters from the pure running stream
Cascades down her body this fluid supreme

Her ebony locks down her body caress
Naked to bare we have no need to undress

On a blanket of tartan we kneel down as I dry
My love, my lady as we look into our eyes

Shaped undulations awaken thoughts in my mind
As I lightly touch my dreams start to unwind

Our adventurous hands now in wandering roam
Amidst the greens and colours in this harvest home

Beneath the blue, two torsos in mix
Feelings of desire have us joined in transfix

Pleasurable movements like soft rolling waves
Cresting in the breeze as we internally crave

Our love heightens in joyous serenade
By the stream beside the meadow, our love displayed







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  1. Date: 8/28/2010 5:30:00 PM
    magnificent. that was absolutely lovely, its going into my favourites

  1. Date: 8/28/2010 9:20:00 AM
    Highlander at it again.. Love it James, you have the ability to take the reader to the scene where its all being played out.. Weekend's been good thus far, I'm being totally crazy tomorrow, walking 10km for charity, hold thumps I survive hehe..

  1. Date: 8/28/2010 6:45:00 AM
    Ever read about David and Bathsheba? reminds me of them. well done.