Leitmotif

Reason as the Leading Motive

Living Like Gods

Posted by Jerry on January 9, 2006

Morning searing
Of tea-table talk
Eyes jabbing
My delicate heart
My soul itches
In rapid flashes of motion
A silent sip
Of brewing emotion

His naked thighs move
Mountains of air
The bath water yearning
In steamy despair
Seconds pass in moments
Of time
My quivering lips lusting
Divine

Tasting the pungent
Warm vial of life
Drinking like wine
The dark opium of night

My twisted tongue
His succulent spine
My burning palms
Our legs entwined

This morning waits
Its jealous turn
To see, to sin,
To lust, to yearn
His flesh-laden secret
Between those thighs
Drenched in decadent bath’s
Violent cries

The love is too large
For the walls of this home
He must ascend to the heavens
And demand God’s throne

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8 Responses to “Living Like Gods”

  1. Semperviva said

    The love is too large
    For the walls of this home
    He must ascend to the heavens
    And demand God’s throne

    this part is cool

  2. Ergo Sum said

    Yeah. Thanks. I like it too. Actually, I like the whole thing… really, viscerally, sexy.

  3. innommable said

    eeewww… I know you too well for me to like these sexual and erotic images of… you?

  4. Ergo Sum said

    Why would you think it’s of me?

  5. Rohit said

    This is an awesome poem! Very erotic, majestic, and lovely!

  6. Dexter said

    Amazing!!!

  7. Ergo said

    Hey DexStar! Your first comment on here. Welcome 🙂

  8. Sinus said

    PornStar!!
    Although, you seem to add new lines to it each time you attempt reciting from memory

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