A Poem from the novel
"The Essence of Poetry: Gerald's Initial Book of Poems"
Written by: Gerald L. Ingraham
There's brazen that you make me
Often very sexually tangible.
You've said you shall never forsake me.
Your nudity makes it arangible,
As your body press against mine.
As I docily massage your tongue.
As I display to whom I belong.
As I affably yank you closer,
As we prepare for riding a rollercoaster.
As you lie there trusting me,
As you let me pump into you continuously.
It seems odd in the beginning.
It gets better towards the ending,
When I grab your your breast
And I make sweet love with my best.
Sex is a work of art
Because I know how to do it by heart.
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