tagNon-Erotic PoetryIambic Please

Iambic Please


If it but please you Sir, I will reckon
with the dawn, bid it spread its curling wings
and carry morning here. I will beckon
Sun to settle thus all days if it brings
vision to your eyes, annointing you light
for I am in the manner of your smile;
an Eos come for you at death of night,
darkness my enemy. I will beguile
you with laughter for Sir it pleases me
to hear the rumbling tumble of your joy
lilting as water sparkled on the sea,
lifting us in pleasure. I am not coy
in love or friendship Sir, my senses shine
within the glow of pleasing what is mine.

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