Poem: March twentieth

‘careful what you wish,’ she said
starkly wearing nothing at all
except strategically placed wishes

‘choose carefully.’ she smiled
‘pick a dream to fully indulge
make your fantasies come true…’

‘maybe this one,’ she pointed
‘this one so ripe and firm
waiting for your lips, your touch…’

‘or maybe downward?’ she grinned
‘here where fertile imagination
wants to plant the seeds of tomorrow?’

‘he who hesitates,’ she warned
‘gets nothing but empty promises
and shattered empty dreams…”

And so I choose
succumbing to her wishes
indulging all my desires

forgetting the price
of fulfillment obtained.

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