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They had started with soup,
Watching each others mouths
Slowly gliding over the smoothness
Of polished, silver spoons.

The spare ribs sat sticky
As their tongues licked lips
And fingers moved along the bones,
Positioned away from the tender meat.

Steam from the main course
Flushed their seductive faces
As flavours enhances the moment
And candles threw bedroom light.

Death by Chocolate... that rich,
Brown slice of heaven
Hit all the right places, its sweetness
Reflected in the eyes of passion.

The cheeseboard...untouched,
Sat surrounded in biscuits.

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The following comments are for "Five Course Love"
by ograd77

coffee with that, please
... just to make it linger no need for caffeine's arousal. (good job, reminded me of Shannon.)

( Posted by: Poeteye [Member] On: November 24, 2012 )

Poeteye, thanks for your comment. Who is Shannon?

( Posted by: ograd77 [Member] On: November 25, 2012 )

Who is Shannon?
He once graced this site with his vibrant imagery that made you feel like you were going high speed through an amusement ride. The specific poem mentions seeing a reflection in the spoon that's about to be eaten. His moniker here was AuldMiseryGuts. He went off to immerse himself in serious study of literature, and is undoubtedly teaching already. We can only hope he plans to publish soon, and he'll share the announcement here. Cheers!

( Posted by: poeteye [Member] On: November 28, 2012 )

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