Stand

Stand

A Poem by Nipplegrinder

To weather her gales
Forsee the maelstrom
Lend ear to swirls
Of silent claxon
Gaze upon the mundane
Reckon
Taste the words she speaks
Do not devour
Regard every scent she exudes
in her movements
Do not guard her from danger
Stand sentry to her heart and dreams

© 2018 Nipplegrinder



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Mariner observing sea to find the way and it reflects to real life. I hope I got the correct meaning . 😅

Posted 7 Months Ago


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Mohit Gautam

7 Months Ago

I can see the reference of girl as sea.
Not very many times do I have to google a few different words in a piece! Your vocabulary is impressive & well-turned. I love the way this poem could apply to a woman, a ship, or the sea . . . & probably lots more! But the flavor of mariner life seems most prominent here, which reads nicely! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 8 Months Ago


Wow, what an articulately fashioned work. Your expressions are impeccable! I wish I could write this eloquently!

Posted 8 Months Ago


Nipplegrinder

8 Months Ago

Thank you, Alexa. You do,indeed write so eloquently. Don't sell yourself short, my friend.
Alexa Apothic Red

8 Months Ago

Oh well I am flattered. Thank you kindly!! Enjoy reading your pieces.. pieces of you.
You have an impressive flow mrs/ms/mr grinder of n****e.

Posted 8 Months Ago


Nipplegrinder

8 Months Ago

Hahaha. Thank you, whomever you are.
DDave

8 Months Ago

Me ma tells me that I'm the president of black people.

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Nipplegrinder
Nipplegrinder

St. Louis , MO



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50 year old Gentleman. I write a lot about love. And I write about BDSM. I love to write erotic poems. But, I like to think I do it in a tasteful way. I like to read and review the works of the many.. more..

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