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    Moonchild Moon Goddess of Whispers

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    "BIANCA BLANSA"

    The air thick with pussyfume
    musk, with cloud drop moisture
    dripping from a throbbing sky like

    teary stars, like a leak from heavens
    restroom, like blood soaked moon drops
    of the thorn pricked breasts of womanhood.

    Ah, Bianca Blansa among nightingales,
    she parted the ghost breath of fog,
    the spit of sea spray unto the night
    like a lift of God's finger placed
    between those breasts and no man could

    resist the lightning bolt ball shock that
    struck their wolf senses like a spell from
    Cleopatra's tomb awakened three centuries,
    henceforth forgotten if not for horse hoofed

    men who take lust and two scoops
    of youth in their mouth thrust sucking
    with their masculine, thirsty tongues.

    Ah, mistress night, she walked out of the
    mouth of moon glow, from a star of ice,
    with skunk tail stripes of silver in her hair
    and icicles hanging from her lashes.

    She calls to her mistress night as one with
    cries of delight on a sonata of summer,
    a wisp of winter, a song of springtime, an
    air of autumn wind chime like the call

    of wolf to her maiden moon , the wind
    of whippoorwill, loon or the tender lude
    of nightingales tune as she lures the
    clover cock with her seductive aura like
    the night seduces her enchantress Luna.

    Twinkling irises see not the night for nights
    own sake but that of midnights broken
    chains set free, ah, as mistress
    night prowls an enchanted evening,
    all four legs spread, one for each wind.

    © Karen Davies


    Posted By Moonchild | Aug 7, 2007
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    KingAce JPiC Premium VIP Member

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    I really enjoyed reading this poem it was enchanting and your style is amazing I have never seen anything like it it made me get closer to the monitor just to make sure I read everything the way it was written man it was beautiful I wanted to quote thie part from your work

    Ah, Bianca Blansa among nightingales,
    she parted the ghost breath of fog,
    the spit of sea spray unto the night
    like a lift of God's finger placed
    between those breasts and no man could

    resist the lightning bolt ball shock that
    struck their wolf senses like a spell from
    Cleopatra's tomb awakened three centuries,
    henceforth forgotten if not for horse hoofed


    This was simply beautiful and made me want the woman who was in this poem like crazy...it is sensual but at the sametime it is a story that is really gentle and keeps you wanting more....Thanks for the read;


    Posted By KingAce | Aug 7, 2007
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    Moonchild Moon Goddess of Whispers

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    Thank you so much Ace.
    I'm flattered by your reply and it made me smile.
    So glad you liked, thanks :)


    Posted By Moonchild | Aug 7, 2007
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