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you saw me

Updated on February 14, 2011

You saw me last night.

naked in the window,

i knew you were watching.

I could feel your eyes touch me

as i let the towel fall

I knew you were watching

i knew you were watching

I swept my hair back

and walked to the window

i leaned far out

pretending to look at the moon

my bare breasts swept the window sill

i knew you were watching

i got a thrill out of knowing

you couldnt stop

when i pulled back inside,

i dressed rather slowly

cause i knew you were watching

through the window

my skin felt your stare

like finger tips moving

all over

i looked through the window

my eyes searched for yours

to let you know that i knew

you were watching

my eyes found your eyes,

but your eyes werent there

you werent watching

you were watching the woman upstairs!

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    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      lol, thanx ben

    • BenWritings profile image

      BenWritings 

      7 years ago from Save me from, Tennessee

      Haha, niiiiice

      That is really quite sexy

      The end was funny. Good writing

    • tom hellert profile image

      tom hellert 

      7 years ago from home

      Pink , know what i noticed- Allot of your Hubs you can play the fortune cookie game with you know- you take your hub title and put- in Bed after it... kinda funny...

      HEE HEE

      TH

    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      Ha, its funny, you can be sexually excentric at times without being considered a pervert, or a nutcase. Good for her, give em something to talk about!

      oh, and as an added note, ive had my girls on parade ever since they arrived. They are mine, and they are fabulous, and they dont hide for anyone! Show em what your worth...isnt that the saying?

    • sligobay profile image

      sligobay 

      7 years ago from east of the equator

      There's a fine bit of erotica for St Valentine's Day. The exhibitionist tendancy was mentioned in Harper Valley PTA wher a woman was accused of seductive dress and she went to a PTA Meeting and let them have both barrels. Funny song!

    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      ha, i wasnt pulling your leg, in all seriousness, the poem is playful with serious inspiration. I actually did stand in my room with the blinds up fully visible from the window. All that was lacking was the peeping tom. I then got one of those feelings you get when you realize your being a rediculous fool, laughed at myself, and wrote this lol.

    • sligobay profile image

      sligobay 

      7 years ago from east of the equator

      Well Pink-um, Thank goodness. Your last comment really had me going. You certainly are a playful coquette on Valentine's Day and you just 'pullin me leg' as they say in the aulde sod. You probably don't even have a window.

    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      slingobay- it was fantasy and humor!!!!

    • sligobay profile image

      sligobay 

      7 years ago from east of the equator

      I think that your peeper was just avoiding eye contact with you and averted his eyes from shame. No great loss if he's reduced to trying to see what he can't manage to arrange in a mature relationship. You are an object of both love and desire to all of us who know and follow your beautiful words and emotions. One random set of eyes of a stranger are not worthy of the power that you are giving them. I thought this was fantasy and humor. Leave it there even if it wasn't. You deserve and will receive better. Your life thus far is barely a notch in the bedpost of a lifetime of romance. Happy Valentine's Day. This was an excellent piece of work!

    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      slingobay- because he didnt look down. Nothing makes you feel more naked than having thought you were the object of desire, only to find out simply...that you werent. Keep reading me slingo. Keep reading.

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      sligobay 

      7 years ago from east of the equator

      Perfect Pink-um with an epigram twist at the end. How do you know that your peeper wasn't enjoying a 'double feature'?

    • DeadBeatPoet profile image

      DeadBeatPoet 

      7 years ago from San Francisco

      nice turnaround !

    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      epi- i thought i felt like i was being watched last night.....

    • epigramman profile image

      epigramman 

      7 years ago

      ......well the epigramman isn't speechless that often -

      but in one word - hubwow! (new one- do you like it - hub-wow!!!!) One of my favorites by you - it's so poetically perfect - and erotic too! I'm just getting neurotic thinking about it - but my 'eyes' would be on YOU!!!

    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      whatever email you signed up with on hubpages. i clicked on "contact blades" and wrote you an email.

    • bladesofgrass profile image

      bladesofgrass 

      7 years ago from The Fields of Iowa

      at my yahoo account or do we have one here? lol

    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      blades- sending you an email

    • sam3m profile image

      sam3m 

      7 years ago from New York

      beautiful work. really drew me in. at the last i was as disappointed as your lady.

    • bladesofgrass profile image

      bladesofgrass 

      7 years ago from The Fields of Iowa

      Oh crap! Running over to Tom's right now as we speak! I should bring him a gift...any ideas?! LOL Mocha latte? Teddy grahams? or better yet powdered sugar in a cup?! (i'll tell him it's snow..hehehe)

    • the pink umbrella profile imageAUTHOR

      the pink umbrella 

      7 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      Thanx blades!!! missed you over here, but knew you couldnt stay away!!! haha. You better to see tom or he'll be jealouse!

    • vydyulashashi profile image

      vydyulashashi 

      7 years ago from Hyderabad,India

      Wow What a lovely poem.

      you have an amazing gift of creativity.

      God Bless you!

    • bladesofgrass profile image

      bladesofgrass 

      7 years ago from The Fields of Iowa

      hi Pink!!! Gosh I've missed you and HP!!! A lot has happened over the last few months, so much to catch up on! I finally have internet service again after 6 months! Love the country but hate how limited technology is out here. One of the first things I did yesterday after the hook-up was get on HP. LOL Great poem by the way. Can't wait to write and reconnect with people. Toodles for now. Hope to hear from you soon!

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      sameerk 

      7 years ago from India

      wow awesome

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