A different world

Ok by our standards,
She wasn't much to look at.
As we french kissed, cuddling.
I could feel the soft scales,
Running down her back.
It didn't even bother me,
That as she walked away.
She loved to shake her tail,
Never once did she cover up.
Not when we were alone,
Here on this new world.
Her kind and mine travelled far,
They would call us deviants.
If they found us together,
Out here amongst the stars.
I walked out with two glasses,
As she looked out into space.
As she sash-shade towards me,
How I loved her feminity her grace.
Two moons shone down,
Which one did she like.
She said. The green one.
I laughed, There spectrum
Of colour was different to us.
Somehow we bonded here,
On this planet that we crashed.
We would live out our lifes together,
Forever if I had my way.
It wouldn't be long now,
Her eggs would hatch.
A new breed would be born,
Out of necessity she took.
This different life form,
To her bed. On her world,
To celebrate the birth.
The lavae always ate the male.

Short story by Alan J Ripley The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2023-08-14 at 00:02

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