...Cascade into Dawn's Dream

By SolApathy

Desires of blood and fire
The elements of my insatiable desire
I fold into your vivid dreams
A beacon of sensual screams
I envelope you in the cascades of my hellish fire
The burning of my undressing eyes-- craving
I will be the writ of an angel worth saving
Bathing you in the glow
A red moon in which I will sow
The thoughts and pleasures you will soon know
Between these sheets of this evenings’ glow
So long buried in dreams; reality a dangerous thing
Tonight, I help you transcend and mend
Under these satin sheets our bodies shall bend
Bursting with the fires of Dante’s personal pleas'
My manhood unlocks introspective desires
I bury deep within flesh and soul
Unlocking passions of a tempestuous burrow
Her desires drive temptation far beyond the fires
-- As the sun will soon yawn
Our passion escaping the confines of the night
Bursting forth and exploding into dawns’ first

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© 2020 SolApathy
Published on Thursday, July 20, 2017.     Filed under: "Poetry"

Author's Note:

...Into the dawn of a lovers glow....Sensual in the light that explodes...
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  • dwells On Sunday, August 6, 2017, dwells (4513)By person wrote:

    "Tempestuous burrow" was a real show-stopper for me Sol. To use a noun, instead of a verb of the same name, was to employ an entirely unique aura to something cleverly; not usually associated with the anatomy. But I might be reading too much into the line, so I'll not dig this burrow any deeper. Cheers! - Dan

  • SolApathy On Monday, August 7, 2017, SolApathy (582)By person wrote:

    You read perfectly into the line my friend :)

  • worm On Friday, July 21, 2017, worm (1236)By person wrote:

    well written! but then again all your writings are a cut above! Kudos! ~worm~

  • A former member wrote: Woo hoo! Well, there goes my blood getting stirred up. Angels, Dante, and blood? I have to go fan myself. In all seriousness, this is a stellar write, love. I can't really say anything further, but WOW! Rebs:).

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