A Moment of Purity

A Moment of Purity
Audrey Munson in “Purity,” Liberty Theatre / Apeda, N.Y. | by plumsaplomb

A Moment of Purity

She spread her beauty on the bed under my eyes
She slept so artlessly that cleared my skies
It was a moment of verity and no disguise
She looked like pure water at sunrise
Calling me to measure her perfect size.

As if I am the only one who had to appraise
I couldn’t help standing without giving nonverbal praise
My eyes rubbed her body till my mind went wise
I felt the lust till I heard my heart sighs
Only then I realised that it was a moment of compromise.

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