Thus I Wrote

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Swimming In Her Pool

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I remember her when
Her hair was a lustrous brown
She wore shorts then
To a rhythm with no sound
She had captured my heart
But my head rebelled
We were together apart
But I was compelled
I forgot all the rules
When I swam
In her swimming pool

We parked the car
We looked in our eyes
We kissed and saw far
Beyond common lies
I could hear us breathe
I heard my blood race
Would she follow my lead?
Was there was a look in her face
I pushed for more
She did not resist
She began to moan
And strain and twist
She tingled to my rule
As I swam
In her swimming pool

It rained & it poured
I was washed anew
We played sacred chords
Heard only by a few.
I was crystal sure
Her body moonlight shone
Her lines majestic pure
Peace had silently come
A power was mine
An incredible power
To control for a time
My sun and her flower
A symphony of pleasure
We duelled with no swords
We valued with no measure
We spoke with no words
It was earthy mother nature’s school
When I swam
In her swimming pool

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Written by thus.i.wrote

November 28, 2012 at 12:05 am

Posted in Poems, Poetry

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  1. This is very haunting… it brought beautiful memories. You wrote it exactly what I had in my heart.
    It came too soon, it came too fast. How much time is in the future and gone in the past.
    Thank you for writing this stuff.

    WanderLass

    December 2, 2012 at 1:29 am

    • I am really pleased that it resonated so well with you. Thanks for your lovely words.

      thus.i.wrote

      December 2, 2012 at 5:15 pm


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