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FIREWORKS



It made me shiver,
the first time your eyes
looked into me

no one should have eyes
that color…glacial melt blue

but capable of tempting
a body to ignite

mapping the contours,
the crags of your face
it feels as if I could

fall into your dimples...or  kiss them
if you'll let me

sitting so coolly across from me
in the heat of a late spring sun
your tanned skin begs me

to touch it

haven't wanted anything so much
in a really long time

but there you have it…

my desire sprawled right there
in front of you, God, and
the rest of creation

and I knew that's the way it would be

a stroll down the sidewalk proved
how perfectly I fit under your arm that way,
and you chuckled when I said it

that deep, sonorous voice alone
could make a girl's clothes
just fall off…

can't help but smile as I say that,

but pretty much everything about you
makes that happen

Fireworks?
You bet.

How lucky can a girl get?


Kathryn Tate Jacoby
Copyright May 31, 2012

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