August Rising

Tall, dark and deadly,
She rises from the calm waters,
Steely gaze burning into mine
As I try desperately not to notice
The water as it sluices down
Over and between the swells of
Her proud bosom;
Cascading over the gentle curve
Of her hips, pooling briefly
At the apex of her tawny thighs.
She seethes with unbridled passion
Wearing her sensuality as an august banner;
Entreating me with eyes both piercing
And all knowing;
And I am lost before the utterance
Of a single word.

May 15, 1999

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