Poem – Amanda Series – 01

The Amanda Series poems are written in iambic tetrameter similar to “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. Each verse (save the last) follows an a-a-b-a rhyming scheme, with the following verse’s a’s rhyming with that verse’s b, which is a chain rhyme. Overall, the rhyme scheme is AABA-BBCB-CCDC-DDDD.


Smiling and flashing her bright eyes

Over my face a look of surprise

I can help but stare at this beauty

Her name is Amanda I surmise


I offer her a glass of brandy

A liquor I find to be handy

We sit and drink each other in

Her blond curls are naturally sandy


Fantasies of unspeakable sin

As my eyes work their way down her skin

I’m taken in with her smooth flirting

Like a trap that’s been sprung from within


My lips peek her interest by kissing

My hands spark her desire by touching

My cock fuels her passion by throbbing

She’s complicit in this by yielding

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