|Dance (standard:poetry, 144 words)|
|Author: Finn McKool||Added: Apr 16 2003||Views/Reads: 1762/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|A description of a woman dancing in a show I teched.|
Sex sweet sliding and swaying Undulating loveliness wrapped in A package of flesh and bone with More of the former and less of the latter And moreover the former is more of the matter She's got a rhythm like hearts and drums There's a beat in every joint and finger and thumb There's all of Africa in her American dance And all of America in her African heart Because she's pure nitro glycerine Combustable Unflusterable Unshakeable Indestructable She's liquid nitrogen So so cool she'll burn you She's an angel of God A priestess of Voodoo She's the bop and the scat She's satin and steel and one bad kitty-cat She's Aphrodite and Ezrulie Frieda Springing forth from a sea of red silk and white lace Like a very grown up valentine She knows Victoria's Secret and I want her to share it with me. Tweet
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