Painting you my poem ***************************

By MR feathered fox

Rain Crackled like fire
Outside my door step Last night

As if Hell's Angels cried

Sapphire tears
From their sad-firey eyes .....

Last night we painted our sins
With slow brush's Of skin
The start of art to cum
Before the night would end

For I had Dabbled in the
holy Waters of your euphoria,
Dunked in the the vibrant colors
of our combining aura's

painting our sweat & moans
With slow gentle strokes,
Lost in the depths of our art
As I painted you, my poem....

Now Wet & dripping you lay asleep
On our queen size canvas
Tucked away beneath the sheets
Like A wet dream Left to dry

For in the morning
I shall mount you to my wall..
To be adorn by naked eyes.......
......................................................................................... dedicated to Ashton mosby

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Copyright 2017 MR feathered fox
Published on Sunday, March 12, 2017.     Filed under: "Structured" and "Poetry"
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  • cogitative On Friday, February 24, 2017, cogitative (104)By person wrote:

    something about rainfall.. that was the prelude oh what I'd give just to teach them a lesson about the nether

  • out there On Thursday, February 16, 2017, out there (275)By person wrote:

    'rain crackled like fire' -what a brilliant opening line. Again, some very original and creative wording /phrasing.. much enjoyed.

  • A former member wrote: He does it again the arrangement of your words I heard rain falling the whole time I was reading this well done Mr. Fox

  • HereComesThePain On Thursday, February 16, 2017, HereComesThePain (19)By person wrote:

    I dont know what your stats are but they're probably under rated! Masterful

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