“Burning Fruit, Man On Top, Aching Sun” by L. K. Thayer

 

Burning fruit, man on top, aching sun
Dark aroma of  bittersweet, crash of sea and stars
What magic do you hold inside your timber?
What amorous light surrounds me with your glance?
Oh, infatuation is a tunnel of twists and turns
Through smothering vapors, cutting switches for foreplay
Love is a mischievous temptress
And two bodies on fire with a sulfur spark
Kissing and licking I devour your beast
Your stanzas, your sea foam, your effervescence
And pulsating poetry, throbbing with wit and flair
Caressing my thighs, warming my fire place
You harden at the sight of my name
We ponder into infinity

L. K. Thayer’s Foto Fetish

© 2010

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10 comments

  1. Lordy · November 30, 2010

    washed up from far away

    driftwood tangled in seaweed

    salt stained impressed smooth grains

    beachcomber searching searching

    making love with every step you take

    rolling waves cry out my name

    pick me up share your fame

    • lkthayer · December 1, 2010

      And then you came…
      Sent on the Now Network from my Sprint® BlackBerry

  2. Leslie Thayer · December 1, 2010

    WOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOW!!!!! INCREDIBLE PIECE!!!

  3. Leslie Thayer · December 1, 2010

    I’m assuming that this is also your photo of your feet… they look like yours… FAB!!

    • lkthayer · December 1, 2010

      Yes, my sister would know my footprints, thanks!!

  4. Jaime · December 1, 2010

    I am absolutely melted… I’m yours…
    great talent for take photos, great talent for words… *suspire*

    • lkthayer · December 1, 2010

      Thank you so much
      For your appreciation Jaime! 🙂

  5. Roz Levine · December 2, 2010

    Lisa,
    This is one hot, efferescent poem burning the page with its flame.
    Roz

    • lkthayer · December 2, 2010

      Thank you Roz, coming from a hot mama such as yourself!!

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