Golden Greek goddess 

She arranged to meet
at 15 Confession street

I saw her there

Nervously ,
Twirling the straw,
(She did quit smoking)

I waited
I watched

Her silk blouse
Clinging

In the heat
Every curve defined
Oh, God!
Once they were mine

Wondering
Who
Adores her now?

I, blew a kiss
And disappeared in the crowd.

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Revenge

Dancing around the fire
wickedly
pitched laughter
Screeching higher

Heart in her hand
Blood beating
on the sand

Watching
his eyes

Fear
realizing
he is dying
for lying

she blinks a tear
their dance
was unique

but gambling
with chance

a roll of the dice
his needy vice

the whore
will no longer, be adored

her skills blinded
to wash the witch’s floors

with a wild
frantic
laugh

she lets go
you know
she loved you so

last beat
of his dying heart

lost in the sand
of its own
lonesome band
  

Dancing dream, it seem

Him:
Taking your hand and lifting you into my embrace

Her:
Perfect fit.
Looking at your face
Seeing that twinkle in your eye
My knees nearly buckled but your arms held me tight.

Him:
A warm spring breeze blowing in through the window
The music is perfect
Swaying in harmony with the rhythm of our love.

Her:
Moving with the melody
Slow the beat
Guiding our feet

Him:
A beautiful girl in my arms
Hoping to beguile her with my charms

Her:
I am mesmerized by your charms
Putty in your arms.

Him:
The music builds
Dancing thrills
We turn and twist
In your eyes I see a mist
Like the invisible dew outside
I kiss her tender lips
Passionate tide

Her:
From your kiss, I can not hide
My arms around your neck
on tippy toe to kiss you back
Kisses
Pleases
Tongue
Teases

Him:
Sweeping my thoughts away
With her I prefer to play
A kiss upon her thigh
Must breath a pleasing sigh

Her:
That is beautiful

Him:
You’re my girl
We dance in a swirl
Your hair falling
Gently curling
Wrapping up
Around my heart

Her:
I’m floating amongst the stars

Her:
I must have stepped on your toe.
Clumsy me.

Last Kiss Leonid Afremov

(Leonid Afremov – Last kiss)
Reflection:

169 days later

I realized that this was our last dance

Little did I know the silence was more ominous than stepping on a toe.