Below is the poem entitled A Woman-A Man which was written by poet
Meade Stephenson. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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A man---and a woman walking hand in hand under the full moon,
Love has been found this beautiful month of June.
Stars twinkling so brilliantly bright-dancing so carefree,
A tender kiss is shared between these two under the oak tree.
He wraps her close in his warm, strong embrace,
Gently stroking her radiant, smiling face.
She pulls him in close for another sweet delicate kiss,
Caressing his arms so tentatively-touching her hand to his.
In the not so far off distance the air is buzzing with night sounds,
Neither can hear the noise...even though it is all around.
Shyly she begins to run her fingers through his hair, gently, seductively,
He longs to make theirs a love that will last for all eternity.
Persuasively he coaxes her onto the soft clover, many wild flowers nearby,
Understanding and love dawns like a bright light in her violet blue eyes.
Passion's fires raging innocently between two lovers, their first intimate time,
He will gently and lovingly claim her this beautiful night, forever to be "mine".
Four months have passed--together as lovers walking to the altar--hand in hand,
This love of theirs will forever be sealed -- as a woman and a man.