They glared at each other stonily The Legend and the Kid In an instant second Of one of these the town would rid Backs turned, twenty paces The traditional shootout walk Dust stirring around cowboy boots Tension did the talk
Crowd waited in anticipation Expecting bullets flying One would soon be lying there Very slowly dying Both stood, poised for action Hands ready at the hip The command of "Draw" then rang out From the starter's lip
Legend swiftly pulled his gun Kid, a little quicker ...
You lie straddled on the bed. Bare Beautiful And in bondage Now, I have a decision to make Do I fuck you now? I know you want it I can see it in your eyes. Your body is screaming out for me Or Do I have fun with you? Tease you a little? Taste the deliciousness of your wet on my tongue I consider my options as I undress slowly The appendage you love so much comes into view and you squirm with excitement I walk over to shut off the light. Your sillouhetted figure looking so sexy. I give you a passionate kiss...
A bouquet of gerbera daisies Sprinkled round your bed Flowery petals on your pillow Where you lay your lovely head The sheets, they are a rainbow Of petally red and white Placed upon your nightstand Are flowers, shined by light Lie down amongst the petals I bid you adieu Sleep amongst the gerbera daises As beautiful as you
I can. Can I? Ongoing question Niggling ripples of self doubt That make us leave Incomplete Without With determination we must rule Fight that doubt in a duel Defeat it Overcome your fear Only then will confidence reappear No more shall we say those words "Can I" "I Can" will surely rule your sky
The excitement you get When showing your work Be it short story Haiku Or rhyming poetry verse The anticipation Will it be accepted Or screwed up in disgust Utterly rejected You watch the expression The reader's furrowed brow Hoping for some showing Of the here and now Suddenly, a smile A chuckle Some laughter And you know that this person Wil read your writings Ever after