IN THE FITTING ROOM
by Kira Henderson

I
would look
so good
on
you

arms
draped
around your neck
shining
brighter than a black diamond
Jesus piece

fingertips
graffitting
your
chest
with
invisible tattoos of my name

my lips
covering
your bare skin
with the warmth of a cashmere sweater

my legs
slipped
around
your waist
gripping
steamy
sweat
swiped in the small
of
your
back

My body
perched
on
your
hips
tense
stiff
collapsing onto you
melting
into
you
soft breasts
brushing
lightly
across your face

My love
creamy
and white
flowing down
your
brown
thighs

I would
feel so good

taste
so good

I would
look
so good
on you.
About Kira Henderson:
Kira Henderson discovered her love for poetry when she found a collection
of Nikki Giovanni's works on the shelf of her Middle School library. She
immersed herself in the readings of Nikki, Maya, Langston and every other
Black American poet she could find. The day she picked up a pen and
wrote her very first poem her world would be forever changed. Kira writes
poetry that challenges the readers thought process with her clever
metaphors and battles the heart with her passionate outlook on love.
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