Majestic

Majestic

A Poem by Foxemerald
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A love poem. It's so romantic sitting on the porch at two am and writing to a piece of music like this while looking at a black sky :)

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(Written to one of my favorite songs)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcQ8mAhWlyc&t=1260s


You work your hands 

Under my skin, and bow your head

Over my chest. Your fingers inch along my back

And linger there, but for a minute, then make their way south-

I breath into your face, a sigh of fluttered need and soft

Delight, let my cheek glide along 

Your skin, and then with gentle force I pull you in, 

Deeper and deeper like a bow, I stretch myself until I finally let you

Go, and play you like an instrument of ease upon which 

My hands are cascading and they became 

Submissive, lost within a frenzy of moving parts and sheer velocity, 

a wonderful creation painted in the 

Murmur of two two bodies, rocking beneath the stars a quiet song a,

Silver line twisted into a meter which only God

And His angels have caught, but to them it’s a full out symphony-

My dear, and at the end we list upon the grasses, and everyone is quiet save for 

The sound of breaths, and I look into your eyes and

You get your message across it-

Majestic.  

The angels are now applauding us. 

   

Dedicated to William Boyd 

Emerald ~

© 2021 Foxemerald


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Beautifully conveyed. Erotica is not my usual read, but you have nailed it here. Well done Emerald.

Chris

Posted 8 Months Ago


Foxemerald

7 Months Ago

Ohh, thank you very much! I'm glad you enjoyed it Chris.
Very nice erotica here, and not a vulgar word therein. I'll take " a frenzy of moving parts and sheer velocity" over all the barnyard/barroom/barracks trash that was ever written.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Foxemerald

7 Months Ago

I'm glad you enjoyed. I like relating the erotic experience to art and music :)
A beautiful love poem and the symbolism you use really paints an amazing loving moment that becomes divine in nature. Thank you for sharing your work.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Foxemerald

1 Year Ago

You are welcome. Thanks for your review and sorry for the delay, my friend. God bless ~

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