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Your Mouth Like Chocolate

written by: Inalienable Write



Your mouth like chocolate

I bite you with my lips,

My hands like the butterfly

They settle on your hips.

My eyes like the sunrise

Your body is the valley,

My tongue, a starving traveller,

Your thighs they are the galley.

The air is moving slowly

With exactness we combine,

I like the unending thirst

And you the sweetened wine.

Inalienable Write

Inalienable Write

Grant Fenton is a Melbourne based writer of poetry and yet to be discovered classic novels.
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