Almanac Poetry: Love Me Tonight


Illustration by Norman Lindsay for Petronius Arbiter’s Satyricon, 1922. [Wikimedia Commons.]



Love Me Tonight


‘Twas on a sultry summer night,
she revealed her magnificent breasts to me.

Cupping her copious cannons, she smiled,
‘Lock your orbs onto these!’

Taken aback by surprise and joy,
my eyes became saucer-wide.

She jiggled her jugs, saying, ‘That was stage one.
Better watch out for stage two.’

Without a delay, her panties were down
and Tassie was clearly on view.




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Kevin Densley is a graduate of both Deakin University and The University of Melbourne. He has taught writing and literature in numerous Victorian universities and TAFES. He is a poet and writer-in-general. His fifth book-length poetry collection, Please Feed the Macaws ... I'm Feeling Too Indolent, will be published in late 2023 by Ginninderra Press. He is also the co-author of ten play collections for young people, as well as a multi Green Room Award nominated play, Last Chance Gas, which was published by Currency Press. Other writing includes screenplays for educational films.

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