In Lieu of Sandcastles

In Lieu of Sandcastles

My

coming…always a mystery to me.

For a brief moment, I thought it

dead; yet, this morning when

I awakened to the voice

of the south wind

murmuring in my ear…

It rose without warning,

leaving me to ponder;

what tongue would

dare slip out,

snare these lips

into a courtship?

My,

my, loves draft is

full bodied and

provocative

today.

~

Quietly ,

like the clouds fitted to the wind,

I stroll the nostalgic path along

the eastern horizon, where the

panting tempest still hovers

above our receding imprint;

such an unquenchable

voyeur, I’ve come

to relish.

~

Remembrance,

leaves me hungry, therefore,h

gather your passion my love,

stoke the wild smell of your

delicious tears so I may

quell my

thirst.

~

Arise,

come meet me by the shore,

near the clefts in the

rocks, where we

last made

love.

Let us

delight in the day, engage

in sights and sounds

as we touch to

scribe salt

licked sonnets

across our

skin.

~

There

is no scenery more

telling than this; my

gown gathered

round my

feet, sand

clinging

to my

hips.

~

They

say, that a maiden wears

linen shoes, as white as the

Madonna lily. Alas, desire

has seduced my heart,

claimed this flesh

with the redolent

scent of yours.

~

I

love the cool wet dearth

between my toes; it is

fortunate, for these

shoes no longer

fit.

~



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