[Author's Home Page]   [About the Author]    [News Page]     Welcome:    ---    LOGIN
 ramblings and things      923898 Poems Read


Hunting Season


They swapped smiles as they passed by;
Full on looks, nearly eye to eye.
Demurely she walked off down the street
In spite of new shoes that hurt her feet,
Swung her hips from side to side
A seductive arc rhythmic and wide.
He came behind by a yard no more
Openly admired all that he saw.
She'd checked he was there with a covert look;
She'd baited the line and he'd taken the hook.
She'd turned in to a bar, to a secluded corner table
He'd crossed and joined her, casually as he was able.
Can I see you again hours later he'd said
Spread naked and sated atop a motel bed
She'd tidied her hair, given him a swift kiss, just a single one;
Before he could react, she was up and she was out and she'd gone.
First day of her season and she'd had the thrill
Of a successful hunt and a theoretical kill






Vote for this poem

Please Comment On This Poem

Comments

 Email Address

 

Vote for this poem



Sign Guestbook Read Guestbook

flower6

flower6

flower6
  [ Poetrypoem.com ]   [ Privacy Statement ]   [Terms of Use ]    [ Start a Free Site ]   [ My Poetry List ]
     ©2000 - 2019 ---------- Individual Authors of the Poetry.   All rights reserved by authors.