A Draw


Would you be free, as much as you want to be
If you had one. Just one chance to have fun
All out balls, nothing holding back, stand or fall
Drunk enough to dance like you don’t care, stuff
Like, move around all sexy and shit and knows it
Flaunts the assets, shimmies, shakes, passion sweats
Twirling the air, a tornadoes flair
Getting the attention, is the intention
Eyes so blue it borders on cruel
Falling for those sapphire gems, calling
Strides to the floor, slides next to her
A hand on a hip, the other leads with a whip
Turns her into a spin, brings her in, chin to chin
In that moment, it sparked, her gaze frozen
The feel of his beating heart on her chest fleeting
As another beats against her back, in attack?
He holds her waist and turns a one-eighty
Spies a jaw line, sharp as a razors edge
Her breath hitched, her legs twitched
Her pussy gets wet, teased by two gents
Tall, dark and handsome with a mysterious smirk
His allure could disrobe her right there
Golden locks, kissed by the sun, cocks
Like a wave crashing in, with his naughty boy grin
Blue eyes, smells like a patchouli high
With a smile that bullets dimples
Side to side, exchanging glances
A brown so deep, his tears would be a chocolate treat
Dizzy, the head gets by the thought of regret
Tiny white wings, whispering to be good
As a pitchfork pokes the strobe down below
Telling her to let go, enjoy with gusto
She steps aside to watch them rattle
Like two Rams, head to head battle
Gridiron gladiators, wrestling for her attention
Enticing her affection
To choose the victor
A pause to hear her whisper
It’s a draw
Duh!

Ax

Say Something ~ a tri-collaboration


God stands to look over his flock
His eyes watered, a tear welled
He remembered the beginning
He recalled the love that was put
Into creating a world, that lives and breathes
With life of every kind, one, with a mind
He bowed His head and He shook
He bit his lip, blood dripped
~
“Say something, I’m giving up on you”
Wasted plea she whispers upon His crown
Starved by the flaccid attention He feeds His sheep
She licks the remains of their tithed release
Her faith diminished under the glow of his halo
Seeking salvation that He denies with feigned grace
Forsaken by poetic scripture He inks for them
She flees to the darkness under wing of another false prophet
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“I don’t love you, but I always will”
Is what He sees and hears from above
His flock refusing His saving grace
Relying on themselves, shunning His love
Through the pain, realization comes
They are what He created, and given free will
As their Father, He’ll always love them
and the choice to accept His love, is theirs
~
“Say something, I’m giving up on you”
The silence was deafening as thunder shakes
“Say something, I’m giving up on you”
Tears fall as her scorned heart breaks
“Say something, I’m giving up on you”
His heart breaks from their continued rejection
“Say something I’m giving up on you”
~
I surrender in blood and ashes
As the angels weep tears of sorrow
Heaven and Earth stills in reflection

 

Written By in Collaboration
Dana ~ Love Letters Lost At Sea  ~  visit her blog here
Adhamh ~ Southside of Heaven  ~  visit his blog here
Ax ~ Perso~in~Poesia

Honor and Privilege are two words of many that can and does describe this post for me. To be able to collaborate with two extremely talented poets. Two poets I regard as Friends first and foremost. Links to their blogs are above, please, please visit for more magical rides from the depths of the sea to dream and to the sky’s above and beyond as far as we can see.

Dana, thank you for writing with me again. Humbled and grateful doesn’t cut it but I hope you know how I really feel.

Adhamh, our first collaboration and what better way than to slide along side our Lady friend. Thank you for sharing your talent and artistry.

Above Photo ~ Google Images

A Song
Say Something by A Great Big World