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Collective Poems

By Brendon Phipps All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

Musical Masterpiece

My eyes follow the soft curve on your neck

Resting upon your shoulder, smooth and silky

Down, down, down my eyes travel

Taking in every curve, every shadow

I drink in the beauty of the warm light

Caressing your smooth skin

Your chest, strong yes gentle

Your stomach, smooth and rid of imperfections

The gentle curve of your hips, swaying to the music

Your legs, long and lean, but stronger than any

As my eyes travel, you turn away

Of my previous dreams I catch only glimpses

My eyes drink in the subtleties of your back

How each muscle flexes as you move

Creating a perfect canvas that hides a strong beast

Down your back to the steep curve of your buttock

Curving out before joining your thighs

I yearn to touch, to kiss, to hold

But alas, one must wait his turn

As the music guides you around me

I reach out, my fingers brushing your silky smooth stomach

My fingertips creating fire between skin and skin

I inhale and drink in the long forgotten smells:

Shampoo, perfume, Lotion, het, lust

All coming together to create the wonderful scent of you

One I can recognize from across a room

Announcing your entrance, as the smell reaches me

The quiet footfalls on the carpet are the soft bass line

The wet movement of hair on your back is the loud percussion

The sweet sound of your voice, the caressing violins

As I sit, I take a moment and close my eyes, the soft

And I think one might compose you to an orchestra

The fair sound of wet skin upon wet skin as the consistent lovers

The soft sway of your toneless the charming needs

Each part incomplete, but as a while

A beautiful musical masterpiece

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