So Sly – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“What you seek is seeking you.” Rumi

So Sly

Who conspired,
the water or the stars,
not withstanding wise camels
or knucklebones cast,
even lusted lustre could be closer
to my beaded sweated hankering
after your voluptuary offered,
so sly with a wink of your hips
just visible in your eyes
is how it all started so breathless,
unravelling in our unfathomed,
restless entwining.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

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34 responses to “So Sly – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Wicked with a touch of tomfoolery –
    “not withstanding wise camels”?

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  3. Love how you intertwined Rumi’s quote to your poem.. and pic. fabulous! ❤️ Cindy

    Liked by 1 person

  4. I love this line: “so sly with a wink of your hips.”

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  5. Great eyes.
    Or did you mean “Sly and the family Stone”?

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  6. So true, as sometimes also sad.Michael

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  7. Paul, Witty, humorous, and sensual without being a barrier to the twelve and thirteen-year-olds on WordPress. Masterful. ❤ Stay safe and be happy! Cheryl

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  8. lync56

    Another beautiful poem

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