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She Liked to Ride ©
by Lisa A Stafford

Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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This poem is a play on the "black widow" concept.


She Liked to Ride ©
A fine mist of sweat covered
Dark and dangerous curves and
Trickled slowly down her
Arched back.
Slick like oil
She moved –
A carnal machine
Up & down
Back & forth
Her hips rolling in revolutions,
Centered above her latest prey
Who lay transfixed.
Helpless to stop the progression,
He could only hold on
As her grip tightened
And pleasure turned to pain.
Grasping for breath
There was no fight left,
As his neck snapped.
Her screams and shutters were witnessed by
Lifeless eyes.
She collapsed
Hunger sated for a time but,
She liked to ride
And this would surely not be her last.
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Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/26/2008
Very intriguing with a sense of mystery, well done...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 3/26/2008
Dealing with your evil side today, are you? I could seen the wind blowing the gauzy curtains slightly through the half opened window above the deserted street in the second floor apartment . . . The moon splays the scene in ebony and fading colors . . .

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