One Night

ONE NIGHT

Written from an observing perspective only…

She looks demure, but only from certain eyes.

Stormy dark hair gently ribboning

Soft skin still shivering since the sunrise,

Longing for warmth that his sturdy hand implies—

 

He traverses unknown regions, knowing the laws,

knowing the cert of rapt euphoria will come…

Tongues twisting, the whole world looming on pause…

Then the waves come, in violent, thunderous applause

 

Her surface being washed over by energy

She wanted to jump, to go over the edge,

But she knew after the edge it was sensory

A complete loss of it from intensity

 

Yet these waves felt so rudimentary

As if her body craves such experience

Like other passions were complimentary

And this one should be sought from memory.

 

Her body tensed, she screamed infectiously,

On the surface, at first, it looks like pain

Her glorious screams though, like an unflawed melody

In step, like nothing else mattered, came clarity.

 

Her body cooling from internal combustion

For a trice, her inner thighs could shatter walls

It can only be described as connection

Intrinsic, empathetic, body connection.

 

…and like that she falls asleep, wearing a smirk

Having braced for a tsunami of passion

She savors relief, reaping rewards from her homework,

Then back up on the grind each day like clockwork.

 

…Woman…amazing.

~

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Paul Neglia

Proud father of 3. Part time writer of poetry and short stories. I want to paint the world in but a few words.

6 thoughts on “One Night

    • January 6, 2020 at 4:11 PM
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      Thank you Phyllis. Glad you enjoyed it.

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  • January 12, 2020 at 12:00 PM
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    Very well written. Full of passion and heat. I absolutely love the way this poem ends! Incredible read thank you. Jamie

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    • January 13, 2020 at 5:07 PM
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      Jamie thank you so much. I’m glad you enjoyed this.

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  • January 24, 2020 at 10:53 AM
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    Thank you so much Kurt.

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