Take Me

Take me
On a boat
On a ferris-wheel
On the couch
On a trip

Take me

Take me

Take me
To foreign lands
To a park
To the top
To your house
To strange, unexplored places
To bed

Take me
Like a pro-wrestler
Like a convict who just got out of prison
Like a sailor on leave
Like a sweet poet
Like a romantic lover
Like you know what you’re doing
Like I’m asking you to
Like I’m begging on my knees
Like I’m offering myself to you

Take me
From behind
From underneath
From here
From wherever you feel like

Take me
In my mouth
In my ass
In my empty spaces
In your arms
In your hands
In your mouth
In your heart

Take me
For a ride
For a whore
For someone else
For whatever it’s worth

Take me away.


  1. D'Ange Heureux Poète

    sur moi
    sous moi
    soule moi
    suck moi
    snif moi
    sexe moi
    shine moi

    shit moi
    tout ton passé
    hors de toi

    smile moi
    ton avenir
    emplis toi

    sweat moi
    “Sir !” moi
    sous moi
    sers moi

    et pour finir :

    sers toi
    de moi
    viens moi
    et deviens toi

  2. Hyacinth

    I adore this, sweet Dawn. Amazing and beautiful. I love how you braid in the pedantic with the extraordinary. I want to read this to everyone I know. xx Hy

    • pivoine68

      Ah My Royal Hy-ness, My Sweet Lovely Friend….merci! I hope you really do read it to everyone you know. (I fancy the idea of The T.N. hearing my words, I suspect he would put them to good use!)

      Je t’embrasse sur la joue,

  3. Hyacinth

    Reblogged this on A Dissolute Life Means… and commented:
    My sweet Dawn is a master of words. Her poetry is, literally, poetry. No hyperbole there.

    This is by far one of my favorites of hers (and there are many before this), but today’s offerings struck me right between the eyes.

    Enjoy, my friends.


  4. Theo Black

    Take me / For a ride / For a whore / For someone else
    The whole thing is clever and erotic. It sounds like it’s unanimous–we all want to take you all those places, and in all those places.

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