Sunday, August 21, 2011

Blackbird

I kissed her lips
and that was that.
We brushed hips,
away I sat.

Pondering, my eyes went wet
but then again hers did too;
I smelled her scent
and split in two.

Pack up all my care and woe,
Here I go,
Singing low,
Bye bye blackbird.

A part of me stayed in the chair,
the other went and kissed her neck.
All my faithfulness could do was stare
as desire went and had a peck.

It couldn’t stop, I couldn’t stop;
two halves of me now craving breasts
reunited to do undo her top;
despite myself inside I pressed.

Where somebody waits for me,
Sugar's sweet, so is she,
Bye bye
Blackbird!


I'll be home late tonight,
Blackbird bye bye.

4 comments:

  1. Awesome, Ben. Love the rhythm of it. xo

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  2. Thanks, Marion. Wish it could be in your collection ;)

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  3. "despite myself inside I pressed."

    This made me chuckle. Possibly due to familiarity.

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  4. Serious rhyming can be pretty hard; it's often a bit whimsical :)

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