I want to say I love you In the most poetic of ways Using words like tendrils and lilacs My brown face blushing masked passion and desire On the coldest and darkest of warm summer days I want to say I love you Without being blunt and abrupt Using words like my bosom &fleshy heart beating fast as one Whenever you are near Tingles erupting way down and below I want to say I love you In the most romantic of ways Using raindrops and lullabies Soft spoken words &gentle sweet rhymes Syllables broken off in perfect vibes Just as clouds start to echo in thunder Lightning like paparazzi bulbs flashing you to my heart Silent rain drizzling down fast I want to say I love you In the most poetic of ways So I juggle silent words in my heart Open my brown eyes and like fire Blaze affection into yours Knowing no words were ever necessary
The music of desire plays softly tonight Light rain fogging clear windows And I would do a dance to nature's low music Barry White accompanying with his baritone But alas I am a skinny girl with two left feet Perfectly stuck in my six inch heels (Shame it is for I am the only African girl I know who can't dance) So I release the strings of my pale red dress Perfectly worn like a second skin and Delicately held together by stitches of black lace (For I need a plan B for tonight's seduction) My petite frame swaying sensually to the beat In perfect time for our tongues to meet as soft lips part to whisper...
I walk hand in hand with you Through the garden of fresh desire Love blooming like red rose petals usher in spring The sweet fragrance of our (late) night air Droplets of silver rain gently trickle down Your soft palms melt into mine The thirst of a fortnight quenched In one passionate smooch
Heavy snow falls...
Shapely legs of summer rain walked slowly past the corridor of my icy heart soothing soft as satin silk on my smooth shaded skin my icy heart faded to null& roamed right into your 12o'clock arms of spring pretty pink petals dancing before my grey colored eyes your scented steps left a trail of scintillating rainbow
This most unusual January drizzles In the midst of Chicago’s weird winter Caresses my body warmly Like your tongue on my navel’s midsection My core glows at the thought Of this errant delight