Summer (1 & 2)byJakeRivers©
Summer (1 & 2)
By jayhawker ©
I was reading a chapter on meter & rhyme in a new book I got in the mail today, “The Poets Companion”. One of the exercises was to write a poem in iambic tetrameter, rhymed or unrhymed.
This is what I came up with. (These two poems are only mildly erotic, but “Non-Erotic” didn’t seem to fit.)
One day it was in summer hot
I touched your breast with lips so soft.
The love I felt your satin skin
As down your breast ran sweat a drop.
Ran slowly down that skin hot skin
We came together then in lust.
The heat within more heat with out
One day it was in summer hot.
One summer day we came to play
We met so chaste in love at last.
We joined in haste no time to waste
Now from our play yes now we pay.
Your waist was slim your figure thin
But now it changes your body rearranges.
Nine months have passed our love still lasts
We now find joy in this our boy!