Poet Introduction I have a fondness for narrative verse --narrative poets such as Chaucer, Coleridge, Longfellow, Tennyson, Burns, Noyes, Lear, Nash, Carroll, D'Arcy, Kipling, Moore, and Service. The stories they tell are good and made better by the poetic form they use.
It was lust, I know, It might have ended, Right then, At the start, Just a passing glance, A flirt, Nothing more, Just a brief afternoon, A quick fuck, As the sun brightly lighted, Our bed, Nothing more, I might have gone, On my way, Left you alone.
It was lust, I know, Seeing you after, Still wet, From our quickly done, Shared, Intertwining, Now, With the sunlight waning above.
It was lust, I know, Then you smiled, Your eyes twinkling, ...