Friday, June 4, 2010

June Jive

She came down with a fever
A case of the June Jive
Heat swept across her brow
Red peppers crushed along her spine
She felt tingly and strutted around bare
Her pink toes melting in the summer air
Her dress was like a butterfly sprouting wings
Off it flew in the wind and swam in the breeze

Naked in the cool stream drifting
Eyes dropping low like sunset
She spotted a fellow sporting fever
His back was brown and perspiring dew
Hot gaze tugged her body like a riverboat
Sailing limbs encircling the summer sun
Lips itching with a case of June Jive
Find a quenchable mate to pass the time


Kilauea Poetry said... about letting go! Very creative and I would say inspiring. Some of the best stuff flows with a little imagination! Thanks-

Aayushi Mehta said...

This is gorgeous. Hehe, loved it, great concept:)

Jingle said...

very smooth flow,
beautiful poem!

septembermom said...

Love the jazz feel of this poem. It has a cool vibe.

Nadege said...

hey write girl, I just adore the way this
poem dances across the page.

Jingle said...

two poetry awards,
4 general blogging awards for you.
Thank you for the contributions for Thursday Poets Rally week 22.