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Knobby Knees- Poem by Jade Blackmore January 10, 2014

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Knobby Knees
Those scrawny legs,
so inelegant, hidden from the sun.
I like to bless the back of each knee with a kiss,
to praise, on my bed, the skinny culprits that make me giggle.
Infatuate bliss.
Lips exploring unhindered skin,
learning the textures that make up my quirky lover,
the morsel,
the acquired taste savored by my kiss alone.

Copyright 2003 From the poetry e-book Broken Rose

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1. bzniditch - January 10, 2014

A sensuous poem of freshness and originality in its text and texture.
BZ Niditch


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