Copyright 1997, Richard Troy. Last update, September 23, 1997.

This poem was written on September 14, 1996, by Richard Troy


Drapes divide Moonbeams peering through

soft silhouette in satin textures of light
the feminine shape resting in the night

skin so soft, hers on my own
we lay in each others arms

she turns in her slumber
my mind in wonder

her form and mine, entangled as we lay
her beauty is before me

enjoying her soft embrace
brush her hair from her face

I kiss her soft in pure delight
thankful that we share this night

as entangled as her form is with mine
I enjoy a special pleasure
the feeling is divine
...wish it would last forever
her leg lay cross my waist
and I just love how it drapes