Lowlight


A flash of silver skin
Atop the subtle spin
where the moon floats in

I trace the to's and fro's
And set the nape aglow
in a slow alluring flow

The stars embrace a place
Upon her cheek and face
And kiss the spots that I do not
For lack of courage, never taught

The lowlight pulls her smile
Though she feigns to slumber
It comes so easy, so easy to her
And I am left in wonder

Find the nerves that nip her navel
A scent that's sweet and surely fatal
I know not why she lets coarse fingers
Upon enraptured form yet linger
But my lips are on her neck now-
A place they're made to be
And I am lost in lowlight
Pinned beneath and finally free

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