We all have to start the day somehow...

You, Entering My Orifice

The clock tocks. Dawn breaks.
You approach me from behind
Not unkindly. Your slowness
Makes it hard to take, your
Intentions scream so pure.
Your body thrills, mine trills
As without artifice you enter
My orifice. Your aim is all it
Should be.Such good anatomy!

I remove your nose from my ear.
Your purr is far too loud.
Breakfast is coming dear.

Poetry by jenks The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2014-06-17 at 05:34

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What's this talk of cats? Cats didn't enter my mind...lol...loved this poem.

I had a Cream Persian who would lick my eyelids at dawn.
This is lovely Linda.

Elle The PoetBay support member heart!
My 20 year old cat keeps me on the hop, - a couple of years ago I was awoken by him most gently using his paw to try a prise my eyelids open - only people who love animals would understand

Elle x

Lawrence Beck The PoetBay support member heart!
Doughnut holes?

Rob Graber
Hahaha! One thinks wistfully of times long past, when things were otherwise--not "upwardly displaced" as here! "Thy sweet love remembered such wealth brings / That then I scorn to change my state with kings."