Silk Dresses And Lake Villas

By Rebs

Silk Dresses And Lake Villas

He is one of those men
Takes me around the World and back
Woe to my glistening skin
Becoming sweet and pale morsels
Falling over his arms like the lake's water

He is one of those men
Takes what he wants and needs
Waking up on sheets of pearly sand
Breaking silk scraps of my dress
Floating over the lake's wind

He is one of those men
Takes me to the skies and depths
Wishes made on his commanding body
Beckoning my veins into submission
Filling my mouth in the lake's sound

Oh, beautiful Lake Maggiore
Calming around our entwined bodies
Silk tugs and pulls in all the right places
Is it my dress or his perfect skin
Voices drown in the stone villa's walls

Oh, beautiful Lake Maggiore
Clamoring around grass made beds
Soft and inviting whispered sunlight
In time and in place of seductive vision
Valiant pushing against the villa's ridge

Oh, beautiful Lake Maggiore
Casting a ethereal spell in the night
Silent and blinking the stars beam above
Intimate names shared behind backs
Victorious carved into the stone walkway

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Copyright 2017 J. Irene
Published on Monday, December 4, 2017.     Filed under: "Love" and "Graphic Art"

Author's Note:

Beautiful Lake Maggiore, one of my favorite places :). Photo courtesy of WikiTravel :).
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  • Kaiser Black On Monday, December 4, 2017, Kaiser Black (1415)By person wrote:

    I love when you take the reader on a voyage. I feel like I have walked on eveywhere you describe. Beautiful.

  • Cassette On Monday, December 4, 2017, Cassette (592)By person wrote:

    you have such a calm and soothing voice in this.

  • Bornfrompain On Monday, December 4, 2017, Bornfrompain (522)By person wrote:

    I liked this a lot !!! - BFP

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