Black Silk and Lace
by Kathleen L. McDonald
Monday, August 18, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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A challenge write to write a poem as the opposite sex. It had to be about love and or dating. This is my challenge write.
Black Silk and Lace
By Kathy Lynn
My eye catches her as she walks through the door,
A Goddess in a short dress of black silk and lace
I smile to myself as she is shown to a table
Long dark hair and a beautiful face
She scans the room and our eyes meet and hold
Her smile makes my heart miss a beat
The sax that I am playing slips out of my hand
As I watch her slide into that cushioned seat
Her eyes never leave mine as she slowly crosses her legs
Long and beautiful they make my hands damp and shake
Slowly she puts her hair behind her ear
My mouth turns to cotton and my heart starts to ache
With her fingers she traces her face to her chin
Over her red lips and back again
Her eyes full of secrets met my gaze
Through out this place's smoky haze
Moistening her lips, trailing a finger up the center
Of the low bodice, slinky black dress
To the base of her throat
And back again
My blood was swimming my mouth agape
Surly the way she ran her hand
From calf to knee and to thigh
Was meant to catch a mans eye
I followed each movement of hers while
My pulse leaped like a wolf on the prowl
I opened my mouth and stifled
A low growl
She sat through the song leaning back in her chair
One arm provocatively hooked over the back
When the song was over she traced her tongue
Over those red, red lips, I almost lost my breath
She rose, her gaze still locked on mine
Black silk and lace my hands wanted to feel
Running a hand down her hip she smiled
Turning around on those man-killer heels
She was to be my blind date for the night
I closed up my sax and left the band stand
Thanking the Gods for my best friend
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|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Steamy write and from a woman looking through a man's eye's and lust.|
|Reviewed by Dark Knight
|wow...I feel like I was in that room watching the whole thing as well-very hot poem|
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo
|Very visual Kat, clear and striking images come alive! This was like watching a movie scene unfold. Well done and very sensual! Hugs, Elizabeth|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A sweetly seductive write, Kathleen. Thank you for sharing this perspective. Love and best wishes to you,
|Reviewed by Southern Comfort
|Welcome to AD! Writing from a man's point of view, must have been freeing! This was an awesome write from a talented writer! SC|
|Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
|Love the depth you have gone! Wish I could have seen the pictures...Ahhhh...SAX - my favorite of them all!
I can relate to this very strongly, your imageries are stunning!
Warmest Blessings and Inner Peace, Warrior Purple Passion Soulful SHEExooo
STay Positive! and Kath - WELCOME - to this fan-tab-U-lous Den, where us queens and kings of the pen, can write till the sun gleams! lol
I write all genres - hope you come by and stay awhile -
I started TRAcking your heart since you deeply touched mine! Thank you SWEET FEE, for sending Kath to US!
|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
|Very sexy write. Too bad authorsden cannot display the pictures inside a poem, otherwise this would have been more interesting.
Sandie Angel :o)
|Reviewed by Rose Rideout
|Absolutely wonderful as you can write from a man's view with a womans heart, now I will have to try that down the road. A great write that you share with us and thank you for joining us here at the den. I will thank my Cousin Felix for getting you to join us.
Newfie Hugs, Rose
|Reviewed by Beryl McMullen
|Seduction at its best|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|I love this one as you manage to look at a women through the eyes of a woman and appreciate the beauty and sweet sensuality of her without being gender bias. A good writer has this ability and I am glad I introduced you to den.