It Fell – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

RDP Sunday – Luscious

"The proximity of a desirable thing tempts one to overindulge. On that path lies danger."   Frank Herbert

It Fell

The glistening droplet gathered itself
into a weight of momentum,
slithering the glossy surface
with greedy, lusty intent,
feeling every vein and downy hair
until, having drunk its fill of
luscious skin, it fell to the ground 
of fertility where its sighs can 
still be heard.

©Paul Vincent Cannon


Filed under Free Verse, love, poem, quote, Sex

23 responses to “It Fell – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. What a unique take on the prompt! Thanks for participating.

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  2. Krutika toy


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  3. I am constantly being tempted by food, so I started wearing my mask indoors to prevent me from eating all the time.

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  4. Beautiful

    Sent from my iPad


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  5. If you’re quiet, you can hear the splash. 💦

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  6. Charis Counselling

    Amazing poem


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  7. Very sensuous. I may need to avert my eyes from the leaf.

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