High seas, indeed. The upsurge of bed sheet.
Curling ripple in the quilt. You hand back
the bong to giggle, “I can’t feel my feet.”
If there’s a theme to our sex life’s soundtrack
it’s that feeding frenzies are addictive.
I’m the shark that broke your surface, mouthful
of your menstrual blood. “Harder, I can’t live
without your teeth in me,” you slur. I pull
you down, gulp you down, until you drown, pleased.
It took years of frightful sex to find each
other. I don’t miss that. I was famished
searching for you. Now I’m sated –– your greased
inner muscles squeeze my tongue. Your stoned speech
slurs. You’re all Seven Seas that I’ve ravished.