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Succubus (Poem VIII)

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by Horace Jeffery Hodges
Written 2006
First published in 2006
Language English
Subject(s) Succubi
Lines 16

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

Succubus is a poem written by Horace Jeffery Hodges which was first published on the author's own blog in 2006. The work is reproduced here in its entirety.


by Horace Jeffery Hodges

She slipped, alone, into my room
to moan low sighs upon my ear,
and catch me tangled in her hair,
and lull me in a sensual swoon.

I loved her softer in the night
than subtle hand, with light caress,
could stroke one leg to raise a dress
and brush a moistened inner thigh.

And as a wanton sybarite,
she pressed her body close to mine
and drank my love like warm red wine
as though to drink it fully dry.

Intoxicated with her charms,
I kissed, and kissed, her supple breasts,
till languished in quiescent rest,
I lingered long within her arms.

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