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Love's Fashion Model

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Love's Fashion Model

Love's Fashion Model

Darling, May i dress you
     In alphabetic Bytes that Mold
     and caress your Manly form?
     May  i drape you in a Fantasy
     made of Words and Nature's imagery?

We would wander thru a quiet cove
     where turtle doves could make a melody
     and i would find a sandy bank
     and weave myrtle leaves and flowers
     around your neck, into your hair.
     Around your waist I'll thread some tender vines
     strewn with apple blossoms sweet; 
     and with subtle sage plucked from the water's edge
     I'll dress your thighs and slender legs.
     Across your chest a sash of fiddle ferns
     will make your grab complete. 

And then I'll lie beside you in the quiet
     afternoon; the breeze will bless the stirring
     of our passion and the sun will keep us warm. 
     There the birds will be our serenade, the bubbling
     creek their instrument. And with myself...I'll cover
     you...where' ere the flowers have not done.

     May I drape you with a fantasy
     Made of words and nature's imagery.....
Darling....may I ...un-dress you....

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  1. Date: 2/18/2014 4:19:00 PM
    I like this sensuous poetry! Please take a look at my latest and tell me what you think. Peace & Love Matthew Anish

  1. Date: 1/17/2014 3:56:00 PM
    A warm gentle poem and yet I couldn't help but think the winter undresses the autumn each year before the cold