Siren Song

by Amy Southard

Sing to me,
Your song alluring
The melody that calls
Lost sailors to their deaths.
Entice me
With sweet music
My eyes to your body
Like moths to a flame
Heartbeat unsteady
I’ve found euphoria
In a lullaby.
Your tune begging me
As our bodies entwine,
Breast to breast
My legs wrap
Around your hips.
Call me your lady
And sing to me
Once more.
Those silly men,
Killing themselves.
They didn’t realize
As they were drowning
That you were singing
To me all along
Your Siren Song.


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