THE ILLUSTRATED WOMAN

THE ILLUSTRATED WOMAN
by Charles Lungren

The illustrated woman is asleep now
but her body is awake with a blaze of color
telling her story of nubile youth and freedom
A panther prides itself on her thigh
Magical wreaths encircle her ankles
Her foot is more intricate than lace
But it’s that face
Those iced colored eyes
surrounded by chestnut hair
lips that are as sharp as razor blades,
intense, all consuming, vivacious
A stare that flirts yet cowers just enough
to melt me
I find myself shaking
I can’t sleep
Those eyes
pervasive
Omnipotent
Surely the illustrated woman was a cat
in a former life
She doesn’t walk
She slinks
She doesn’t whimper
She purrs
She moans
The illustrated woman’s skin is as tight as a drum
Her mind a steel trap
experienced
deathly beautiful
When I touch her I touch excitement
I touch love
I touch beauty
I touch God
The illustrated woman has pictures of desire
that are drawing me in
to a place I cannot leave
But she’s sound asleep
and doesn’t know she’s driving me insane
with her sultry innocence
The illustrated woman
is living art
that makes men cry

THE ILLUSTRATED WOMAN

Charles Lungren

Pleasant Hill, United States

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by Charles Lungren

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