When the dawn arrived this morning,
Silver sun beams struck my senses,
Wearily waking me from my slumber.
Ah yes, morning, nice to see you again.
Routine started, ended in time.
Water drops washed on, dried off,
Single cup of vanilla bean coffee,
Maybe some fruit? Maybe not.
Walk over to a golden suede couch,
Sitting in the usual seat in the usual way,
Expecting the usual sounds, the usual sights.
Hello? Ah, yes, nice to hear from you again!
The sun shined a bit brighter,
The coffee tasted a little sweeter,
The smile, growing just a tad wider.
How are you?
Ah, but idle talk soon subsided,
As it was of no interest this particular day,
Abrupt and to the point,
A certain point, certainly.
What can I do for you?
Ah, yes ma'am, of course, right away.
Tough to say much,
When your tongue is so busy.
To hear her arch her back!
What a wonderful sight to listen to!
The air quite humid,
The sunlight a bit dimmer now.
Then, waves crash upon the land!
Swaying one way, then another,
Such a beautiful feeling,
She lay back in bliss.
Her rest was not long lived
As she refused to be denied,
Something she wanted so,
Taking what is rightfully hers.
Feeding a need, fulfilling a desire,
Using her sharp tongue to persuade,
Her subtly sensual lips to convince,
And her voice to encourage.
As the room grew warmer
And her movements quickened, he knew.
She had caught him in her trap.
He had no choice, he had to give in.
As he released his power to her,
She reveled in it's taste,
Marveled at it's stature,
Delighted in it's strength.
She continued to steal,
To extract every last drop,
Swallowing down every drip,
Until he had no more power left to give.
Collapsed upon the bed,
Silver sun beams still in sight,
A thought strolled through his head,
If this is morning, what shall bring, the night?
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