A couple of things,
A lot of things,
Some things I like
A little more than I like others
The wind blowing, breezing past my face and scalp
Leaving refreshing auras in its airy wake
The joy in a baby‘s smile, innocent and pure
Leaving mirrored expressions, even though momentary, in it’s beautiful wake.
The love in a mother‘s embrace and rebuke
The peace and satisfaction it carries in it’s instinctual wake
Kissing, long and slow, quick and fast, French and Nigerian.
And the silence, hunger, pants, it leaves in it’s svvmacking wake
And very much I like,
Sex with you,
It’s crazy how another human
Can make you feel vulnerable and powerful.
Sweetness and madness mixed into pure ecstasy.
The growing hunger, sooner or later, for a rematch, it leaves in its hormonal wake.
I like you
And very much I might add
And the God that created you, me, wind, babies, mothers, sex…
I think we; humans invented kissing though and a couple of other things that I really like…
Like I said earlier,
A lot of things, I like.
I like to like
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
KITARA is a poet/writer and lover of art. She breathes poetry half of the time. Read her other poems on Bimidiah’s musings.