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

For more : www.alistaircross.com

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