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Erotic Poetry: Hunger

Updated on June 18, 2013

It's the feeling I get
When I see you across the room

I stare
With eyes
Burning to consume

My nature's animalistic
My heart's going ballistic
My sites are fixed
It's time to get you

I'm on the prowl
And yet
You seem completely unaware

I'm so close to you now
You should
Feel my stare

I growl with anticipation
And emphatic exclamation
You turn around
And I'm there

I grab you by the hand
You won't
Get away from me

I pull you close
Craving your

You should be scared
I'm a devil without a care
I will ravage you


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      Jennifer 4 years ago from New Jersey

      Such exciting sensual poetry! Wow!

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      Randi Benlulu 4 years ago from Mesa, AZ

      Very exciting! Thank you!

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      Daniel James Hinton 4 years ago from Orlando, Florida

      I'm not sure which I enjoy more.. the poem, or the devil's facial hair. Oh the mind of the male, if only our counterparts knew. Very nice read

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      Janis Leslie Evans 4 years ago from Washington, DC

      A nice blend of humor and passion. By the way, I don't see your art as cheesy. I think it has a retro-2-dimensional-Andy Warhol feel. Very cool. Up and funny.

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      Selina Kyle 4 years ago

      oooh...I like :)

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      Desert Pain 4 years ago from the desert of this fractured Universe

      I wasn't going to comment, but I just needed to say....

      this is twice as romantic as 50 Shades of Grey! ;-)

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      Shannon 4 years ago from Texas

      Not quite what I expected, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. Animal on the prowl.

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      HappyMikeWritter 3 years ago

      Smiles. What a great poem! Love it.

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