Another Pearl, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Another PeartlDonna Franca Florio, Giovanni Boldini (1924)

Another Pearl

Alone, sleepless with overladen head
Willing to share body heat if I might
Not sure if anyone heard what was said
Oh, you are here my princess of the night

A cold lonely night I would surely dread
You with me will make the deep darkness bright
Have your softness in my libertine bed
Just your hand’s touch will make my blood ignite

To add another pearl about your head
After wanton passion you do incite
And every ounce of my desire has fled
From you holding us at arousing height

How I quake from a rhapsody delight
To have you in the haze of the moonlight


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