Surrender to me

forget the risk

forget the rules

let time stop

get lost in me

let my mysterious ways

seduce you soul

as they ravage your body

with feminine prowess

see my hands

as magic ribbons

tying every fantasy together

as I unravel you

feel my lips

tell stories

across your undiscovered lands

then ask me

to tell them again

hear my breathing

sing sensual pleasure

reaching octaves unparalleled

notes only bodies understand

taste my flavors

knowing they are mine alone

intensifying with every movement

to be savored by only one

smell our desire

in the steamy tangled mess

lust’s evening perfume

wrapping around nude skin

surrender to me

let me unleash the wild

you’ve caged for so long




(Originally posted yesterday on Come and visit the fabulous writing community there!)



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Silo Tombs



Prairie towns

dotted across cornfields and wheat fields

deserted by youth

too full of dreams to stay

no longer vibrant hubs


coffee conversations

church suppers

VFW beers and stories

school fairs

Friday night lights

worn out

drained of energy

dim and eerily silent

in their eminent death

silo tombs

of the heartland




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This is something a little bit different from my normal writing but something very close to my Midwestern heart.  “Silo Tombs” was a prompt by the fantastic JulyFalls18 prompters.  This came to me as I traveled this weekend past many a silo and small town.  God bless America’s small towns.