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On a blanket with my baby....
by jeanne rene watson
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the bead of nehi orange
resting in the corner of her lips
shivering sweetness up
a spine tingleling kamikaze rush
craving molotov cocktails of powerful emotions
on this sundown
sea shine stroll
all the time
she’s tossing beached driftwood
back into the shallow sea
and drinking nehi effervescence
popping slippery sea flowers
can you catch me
in tempestuous silence
one last sip
he wraps his lips around the bottle
zigzagging round sand castles
they amble the beach walk
caress the beach talk
submerged in thought waves
the ebb and flow of speaking foreplay
tickling the under bellies
of panicked sand crabs
kicking up sea foam
that make her legs glisten
in the amber glow closing the day
the blue nylon shorts
kiss the inside of her thighs with salty dampness
and he asks - with a wink
are you cold enough yet
slips off of his shoulders
he offers his apology
truce granted without a question
as well as the kiss
the cool sand tugs at bare feet
up to the boardwalk
still spinning with low-lit carousels
but empty of spandex beauties rollerblading
past hard muscled hormones
slouching on benches
or hare krisna barkers for salvation through mantras
otis redding sits in heaven and knows
they are shivering
and too young to consider
in solemn faithless retrospect
coming up to the surface for air
jeanne rené 11/03
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|Reviewed by John Domino
|Creative and refreshing!
|Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
|Under the boardwalk, down by the sea yeah....
Cool write, sorry I couldnt help that first bit
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
|Very wonderful poem and tribute!|
|Reviewed by Alain Gracio
|A very insightful poem. I loveds its different connotations and inventivess of your poem. Very creative and original.