Sunday, August 21, 2011


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

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


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

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

  3. "despite myself inside I pressed."

    This made me chuckle. Possibly due to familiarity.

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


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