Today’s Poetry 101 prompt is pleasure with anaphora or epistrophe (repeating the same word at the beginning or the end of a line of poetry).
abcabdcd rhyme scheme -repeated each end word for a, then b, etc.
Caresses soft, we both want, hallowed place.
World formed between limbs of ours, wrapped so snug,
I feel downy hairs; your skin is blazing.
Inferno in your eyes, burning me in place.
Hours we will spend; lips meshing; arms snug.
Wet kisses, biting teeth, leave marks on skin.
Such sinners are we in bliss, found blazing.
Creating such heat, sweat intermingles, on skin.
Hands run down arms and legs, pull a part,
Search within such depths, eyes reveal,
Our own precious world as we stroke, and float.
Bliss is our home; euphoria plays part.
Kisses spread over every nook; all reveals.
This memory we keep locked in lust; pleasure,
Skin brushes, hair pulled, lips locked, we touch, float.
Breathing quickens, with larks; cry pleasure.
Keeping pace with what lovers do make,
Place forbidden, for all but what lovers give.
Providing pleasure; sparks of light which scream,
An explosion of consequence share, make —
Each other never forget gift each give.
Lovers unite again to touch, caress, dream.
Giving pleasure, to make your partner scream.
Such is the lovers world, living dreams.
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