Poetry by Jeff Green

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perfectly pink

by cricketjeff on December 20, 2007.  © Jeff Green, All rights reserved

I happened to see it, a moment before
Not really see it, a glance through the door
And now that I’ve glanced it I need to see more
So round and perfectly pink

You dashed from the bathroom, a towel nothing more
Into your bedroom, a shove on the door
And there was the sight that I mentioned before
So round and perfectly pink

As you were dressing, I saw through the door
You changed from the clothes that you had on before
And slowly you covered, I could see no more
So round and perfectly pink

We left for the theatre, and locked the front door
Clutching the tickets we’d ordered before
I rested my hand where I wanted much more
So round and perfectly pink

Later that evening, and back in the door
We’d cheered at the theatre, and called out for more
Now I shall see what I just glanced before
So round and perfectly pink

Into the bedroom, and shut tight the door
I see the sight that I’d just glanced before
And you, my sweet love, were soon yelling for more
So tell me now what do you think?