Rising Water And Falling Air

By Rebs

Hold my face like a vice
The one bad habit you can't drop
Force my mouth open
Snake your wet tongue inside
You'll hate yourself for it
I'll love you all the more

Shove me off of the rocks
All black and blue from the feeling
Hooked on the perfection marred
Better than any fucking opiate
My body arcs into a graceful swan dive
Hitting the Mediterranean with finality

Hold me underneath the rush
Groping at my heaving chest
Trying to rip out my heart for you
Controlling my every living breath
Water caressing your masculine features
Break the pristine surface together

Float my body on the waves
Cradled perfectly in your strong arms
Scream triumphantly to the skies
Bask in the glory of your lethal trophy
My love turns a crimson tide
Viscerally sending the World a message

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Copyright 2017 J. Irene
Published on Monday, April 17, 2017.     Filed under: "Love" and "Poetry"

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  • Kaiser Black On Tuesday, April 18, 2017, Kaiser Black (1511)By person wrote:

    Without pain you will never know true pleasure. I'm pretty sure you understand the meaning of that. This was really good...I enjoyed this quite a bit. "My body arcs into a graveful swan dive" yeah that's good stuff reb.

  • dwells On Monday, April 17, 2017, dwells (5551)By person wrote:

    Visceral indeed Rebs, and this was not ordinary dip in the old swimmin' hole. There is something primal about love and water that possibly harkens back to our earliest beginnings. I miss my gills...Cheers! - Dan

  • carlosjackal On Monday, April 17, 2017, carlosjackal (2297)By person wrote:

    Loved the images and passion in this one. Great work, Rebs.

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