KISS IN THE LIBRARY

Written by: Victoria Anderson-Throop

                        

                        KISS IN THE LIBRARY

                      Rough-hewn scent of maleness
                      Enticed her from her books
                      Most good girls draw danger
                      Like fish to shining hooks
                      Defenses were defenseless
                      Hawk eyes that climb her walls
                      Soft breath drew in and out again
                      Bombarded with love calls
                      Gone was concentration
                      Ending with a twist
                      Safety fled through rose tipped lips
                      That tongued a reckless kiss