A.H. Scott: Sunrise

Portrait of blonde woman naked on her bed
Sunrise: Photo: Tony Ward, Copyright 2021

Poetry by A.H. Scott, Copyright 2021




I saw the sunrise in your eyes

As I pulled the sheet around me the next morning

Your smile was all I needed to rejuvenate me that night before

Yet, what we shared was so much more

The moment you came to my apartment door

Red roses in a bouquet you handed me, as we kissed

I never knew such a moment of joy

You were the surprise that I never expected would come true

The dress of lime green fell from my skin because of you

White undergarments were unhooked and roll off my body

As you watched me, while sitting in a Chippendale chair

Suave and sexy was my man of European flair

He had brown eyes and salt and pepper hair

Sunrise smile that always made every moment I spent with him even brighter

He stood and approached my naked body by the bed

Those hands of yours were skillful and my lips upon him were bliss 

Warm and moist I was to his touch 

As I ran my fingers along his loveline, that smile broadened

When the bed became our playground 

Each of us reverted to playing games

Hands and arms interlocked in a tango of temptation

As both of our bodies heaved in anticipation

Then the moment of cresting came for us together

We fell asleep in each other’s arms 

You left my flesh tingling from your charismatic charm 

Make no doubt it

You have the brilliant disguise

Man of honey hue you are my sunrise


About The Author: A.H. Scott is a poet based in New York City and frequent contributor to Tony Ward Studio. To read additional articles by Ms. Scott, go here: https://tonywarderotica.com/just-one-of-the-girls/

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