Invincible men and Venomous Snakes

Posted: January 7, 2012 in Ramblings of a sober Poet
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Her moist voice plants kisses
Smooth and sultry
This Silent seductive Siren
smiles and Sings for thousands of sunken ships

Beneath her sensual surface
A scaly slimy soul slithers.
Listen to that glistening voice
A Soul stinging, venomous song
seeps from her stretched fangs
crippling even invincible men.

©Richard Quaz Roodt(2012)

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  1. brian says:

    your words themselves sing with all the s sounds….yes she has claimed many a men and everday all the more fall in love with her…i think it is the rhythm…

  2. Harshad says:

    Ocean is mysterious. This poem takes to its depth.

  3. Lisa at Greenbow says:

    I think I would stay away from these waters no matter how smooth and sultry she can be. Enjoyed this very sensual poem.

  4. PremI says:

    Soft… Sensual…

  5. Mama Zen says:

    Incredible imagery. Fantastic write.

  6. Sheila Moore says:

    oh, those slithering, sly sirens sing sweetly but soon swoon those sailors to swift sadness. Love the sssssssssssss use – it works perfectly here. Thanks for linking up at the pub!

  7. zongrik says:

    i like the contrast of the sweet swoon to the slimy scaly…YUCKY stuff

    bumble bee

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