Simply For Naked Kicks!

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

Meet me with
A glass of wine
And with romantic poetry
Flashing like satellites
In your exciting mind.
Let’s get drunk
In the blushing moonlight
And fall down laughing
On some straight-lace
Neighbor’s grass!

Comments about Simply For Naked Kicks!

I enjoyed this very much. A bit of mischief. I quite like a bit of mischief. Only, I hope you remembered to take the wine bottle with you when you left. The imagery - I particularly like the satellite - is wonderful. Quite a poem!
I like the last part....very funny!
Some nice lines in this, buddy. Keep thinking outside the box.


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