Williamsji Maveli

Rookie - 48 Points (23/04/1955 / IRINJALAKUDA)

A Call From Her Cage


Glowing like the beams of a blue moon, apart;
Golden-haired rays filling in my shining heart;
Your charming, soft breasts touch my naked skin;
It’s so cool, wet and moist like morning light rain;
A fragrance from the dark night’s budding flower;
The body tastes more salty like the calm sea air;
My body trembles by your soft and feather touch;
Like a tree, shook by a vigorous wind, by which
Your desire erupts in a dew drop of lasting lust;
An exciting lyric; a chirping bird, a loveable image;
Softly, and seductively, you call out from the cage;
I kneel down to nurture your beauty and courage;
For I am always with you to inspire; to encourage.



BY

WILLIAMSJI MAVELI

http: //www.williamsji.com

Submitted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013
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The poem contributes a resemblance between human body and nature, focusing the beauty.

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