You Don't Need Wings to Fly

by Crystal Rose Blooming   Dec 19, 2008


Satin sheets of the purest white
Against naked skin sensual, delight
On her pillow, rest a single red rose
In dim candlelight her body glows

Oil of lavender scented her skin
A smoldering need burns from within
Two silhouettes soon are combined
Sensual desires as bodies entwine

Alabaster skin against his tall tan frame
Has sparked a fire, fanned loves fervent flames
She knows you don't need wings to fly
When he makes love she can touch the sky

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  • 11 years ago

    by Sourav

    Sensual and sweet! I liked the way you've expressed your thoughts. It's a real good write.

  • 11 years ago

    by SashaMirage

    Wow Crystal, your words were so hypnotic. Every line had me mesmerized. Everything about it was so perfect. I loved the rhyming and it seemed to flow from within you. 5/5

  • 11 years ago

    by Beautiful Chaos

    A very nice poem, very sweet and sensual, though your last 2nd last line made me falter a bit when reading, like it was missing a syllable or something. Overall though very enjoyable, I especially liked your second stanza, good description. Keep up the great work.

  • 11 years ago

    by Corinne

    A lovely, sensual poem.

    It should be "restS a single red rose"

  • 11 years ago

    by LoreNz0

    The sky's the limit with your poerty, im left astounded after every line. as always the flow and description is precise, you paint a picture in the readers mind with bright colours and sweet scents. another 5* fowshow =)