The Musician

The Musician

A Poem by Valerie Dean Belew

This poem is written from the perspective of someone who idolizes "the boys in the bands."





In a concert I first saw you

The guitarist for the band

watched your fingers move so swiftly

From a crowded patch of land

Found you later on the beachside

Where we lingered for a time

There I sang to you till morning

While with me you shared your wine


Once you touched me ever gently

By those fingers I was led

How I hungered for your passions

In a dream I shared your bed

Like a cloud of dust you vanished

Leaving me without a trace

How I watch you at those concerts

Though you never see my face

© 2009 Valerie Dean Belew

Author's Note

Valerie Dean Belew
Not quite erotica, more like fantasy, definately fantasy stuff.....

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Very nicely done. Enjoyed reading this poem very much. Thank you for sharing. Debileah

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Valerie Dean Belew
Valerie Dean Belew

Atlanta area, actually Jackson, GA, but that sounds too backward and redneck...., GA

I have recently completed and copyrighted my first novel, presently unpublished. I discovered writing groups about two months ago, and became hopelessly addicted, and not looking for a cure. I atten.. more..


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