“Lezbehonest”

“Lezbehonest”
Written By Khalilah-Yasmin  ©2009

I watch you from afar on many occasion,
though you may not realize your words persuasion,
to my curiosity’s invasion, because I think you’re amazing,
I often find myself gazing, even if it is wrong,
I see lyrics in your eyes, and they write me a song,
that I sing, when I hear your voice in passing,
wondering if I’m the only one whom envisions
the two of our bodies clasping….

Gasping…for air, because I don’t think we’ll  pace,
ourselves with the chemistry, the fire, the flare…
But it’s fair, that I be honest, whether anyone else approves,
I’m in awe with each curve of femininity as I watch you move.

For when you move, your body has a rhythm that only you can create,
Each meticulous shape, paralleling my awe with a need for heartbreak….
Because I don’t think you’ll take, this invitation, of femininity combined,
as you speak with your heart and I see through your mind.
As my heart beats and I feel the pulse through my being,
as you come into view, with your vibe, before I am seeing.

I watch you from afar on many occasion,
though you may not realize your words persuasion,
to my curiosity’s invasion, because I think you’re amazing.

While I recite I am intently gazing,
admitting…

I see lyrics in your eyes, this song to you I compose,
Lezbehonest for a moment as I indecently propose…

5 comments on ““Lezbehonest”

  1. Before you ask, it’s just a fun poem another female poet challenged me to write. 🙂

  2. I wasn’t going to ask, but I was like, “Whoa!” Seriously, U have a gift to be able to see through the eyes of another. You did it so well, with out the comment, u would have minds guessing. Again. Amazing. Thou art Dope. Thanx 4 sharing.

    Favorite line: “Gasping…for air, because I don’t think we’ll pace, ourselves with the chemistry, the fire, the flare…”

  3. Wowwwwww! This one is definately a more “mature” poem. It leaves more to the imagination but the measure of curiosity is direct and very understood. My fav. Line was “Each metticulous shape, paralleling my awe with a need for heartbreak” I think it means so much more than what it implies and it’s damn beautiful! If I didn’t know the writer of this poem.. I would think it was written by a male. I know there some dead give aways that explain the homosexuality of the narator.. But I just mean the way you described the features of this woman you were looking at; sounded exactly like an expression from a man’s perspective! It is just so shockingly passionate and indeed a nail biter- cuz it’s some pretty boundry-crossing stuff. But I feel like it’s a side of a story left hidden deep in the minds of heterosexual females.. I mean, I think people would be lying to say they never felt this way for the slightest moment. Ok, maybe I’d just be lying. Point is -yer saying what everybody wants to say but doesn’t got the guts to!! Kudos, love bunny!

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