Seduced In Starlight



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The Sand at my feet. The Sun in my eyes.
She offers me a drink.
The moon at my feet.. The stars in her eyes.
I offer her the world.


The horse roams untamed, though controlled conquest, it’s master craves.
Slow, steady, logical reason… or fast, furious, passionate freedom?

I’ll Seduce… to attain.
She’ll moan, only MY name.


Thrilling, without means.
Brilliance. Emptiness it seems.

I have built these walls high.
Reinforced through pain… for protection.
And behind them I’m hiding…
A concealed, consuming weapon.


Sail into my soul, drift into my eyes.
Feel between your thighs, the heat that never lies.
Fingers caressing your skin. Yearn for this kiss.
Illusions of red, fiery lust and dark, blue abyss.

I will pull you from that pedestal,
into these sheets.
Climb down from that high horse,
and into your dreams.


(copyright) Ben D.A 2011


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BenWritings 4 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee Author

coffee, thanks for your comments :] I'm glad someone new started reading me. I gave up on this website long ago but I still check it sometimes and I appreciate you reading


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coffeegginmyrice 4 years ago from Toronto, Ontario

I can feel it. It's electrifying. It made me smile too! Lovely and sexy poem! Sharing!


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BenWritings 4 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee Author

jessica - this is one of my oldest poems. Goes back about 3-4 years I guess. Hahaha tootsie pop ;] nice one

Thanks for visiting such an old one, not sure how you found it :D your comments are always nice


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jessica.written. 4 years ago from Flagstaff, Arizona

i feel all these ideas and thoughts are only beginning. like i just got one lick of a tootsie pop and am doomed never to reach the bubble gum.

but all very great beginnings.


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BenWritings 5 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee Author

Thank you ma'am! :]


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Elder Spirits 5 years ago from Colorado

WOW! Very sensual.


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4elements 5 years ago

it was hot! you are great at painting images in the mind. Keep that talent when you write and you will always have a fan base


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BenWritings 5 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee Author

erth - you flatter me so! :] thank you


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erthfrend 5 years ago from Florida

HOT!!! LOVE these seductive poems of yours..you write them so well...so much passion, beautiful wording and creativity!


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essiheart 5 years ago from Chicago, IL

You portray a sense of overwhelming power in this poem, which I enjoy. Very nice :)


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BenWritings 5 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee Author

my soul is always in play to some extent


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Randy Behavior 5 years ago from Near the Ocean

Question though... if I'm reading this right was your soul ever in play? "Sail into my soul" I thought perhaps it was locked up tight behind "high walls." This really is beautiful piece.


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BenWritings 5 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee Author

:D thanks Randy. That's a pleasant thought


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Randy Behavior 5 years ago from Near the Ocean

Wow! This is one seriously sexy poem. I love the double meanings, yum. Really I could just lick this one!


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nighthag 5 years ago from Australia

wow, beautiful, sensual and surreal, this was a fantatsic read, I am so glad that I got the chance to read it properly, thank you for sharing...


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BenWritings 5 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee Author

yeah i noticed it is too small. sorry ill add the words under it :]


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nighthag 5 years ago from Australia

A fantastic picture, but the poem itself was very hard for me to read, which seems a shame as what I could make out was very good,

just a bit of a tip (if you want it)

as pretty as a picture with a poem looks, google search engines to my knowledge don't register the words which means it might not turn up in search engines...

a way to avoid this would be to type the poem again under your picture giving both goggle and your reader a clear image of what you are trying to say...

Again a beautiful picture with what seemed to be the makings of good poem

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