A Valentine Uncouth by Alistair Cross

Posted: February 15, 2016 in Poetry, Uncategorized
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Spread me like silk
At the forefront of mind
Look in my eyes
As I render you blind
So the salt of the sea
As it rages in me
Makes its white-fever way
To your taste gradually
With drained anticipation
Will you wait to be claimed
By passion’s finale
As with rhythm, it rained
So that angels in waiting
Were like tears in your eyes
As I painted upon you
A pearlescent disguise?
Will a welcome home smile
In the midst of all this
From the pollen spring forth
And find life on your lips
Would you like to be stained
My vile valentine
Would you like to be conquered
Would you like to be mine

© Alistair Cross

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