An Unfinished Curiosity

by Brise   Oct 21, 2017

I feel this pressure unfolding
with a bitter taste of dissatisfaction.
Head and heart scolding
Yet burning from his attraction is forbidden
To have longings like these
Still my heat is unbidden
His allure, only a tease

It is not love I feel
But a pressure within
A carnal craving only too real
An ardor staining my skin

My body prickles
From his long lasting gaze
Feverish, sweat trickles,
Eager for his appraise

I sigh, ring heavy upon my hand
For I am someone’s other
And my guilt could not withstand
My betrayal with another

So I stay content
For this ardor will be diminished
But in my torment
My curiosity will remain unfinished….


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  • 1 year ago

    by Kitty Cat Lady

    You're writing some really great poems Brise ... this one too!
    "Ring heavy upon my hand" ... great description of how it feels to crave that forbidden lust. Great title again too! :-)

    • 1 year ago

      by Brise

      Thank you Kitty Cat Lady for taking your time to read my poems ! And I really appreciate your comment motivates me more :) Thank you !

  • 1 year ago

    by Ya----Na

    There is nothing wrong in desiring something.
    I loved this poem.

    • 1 year ago

      by Brise

      Thank you for your critique and your advice! and for your time ! :)

  • 1 year ago

    by CJ Maleney

    Love this

    Desire is a bugger at times especially if it's forbidden.

    • 1 year ago

      by Brise

      Thank you CJ! And it really is, wish I could've expressed it further but hey I haven't written poetry since I was a teenager :) Anyways thank you for your comment, I really appreciate your time ! :)

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