A.H. Scott: Ginger Wind

people grinding on the dance floor
Photo: Tony Ward, Copyright 2021. Selected from the Night Fever Portfolio.

Poetry by A.H. Scott, Copyright 2021

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Ginger Wind

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Ginger wind blew across Montego Bay

Rising from her bed that morning, the birds were chirping away

As she walks through town, her cheeks on both ends leave no one with a frown

Round and firm, her cheeks are desired by all

When the sun goes down, she always has a ball

Shaking her hips to the left and right

Men join in the sway and denim cloaked manhood takes flight

At a club on the edge of the town, the locals enjoyed getting down

Tight buns beneath neon yellow scarf, matched the bikini bottom underneath

Never naked in the public square, she went to the edge of exhibition

Dancehall queen was every man’s dream

She played that part so well

Grinding bodies on the dance floor

Sweat dripping and men stiffening

Damn, it was so raunchy and hot

Ecstasy came to all on that floor, as the lights went off and on

There were intersperses of five minutes in the dark

That’s when a beefy stud and Ginger filled their spark

Yellow bikini bottom pulled to one side

Sexy dancer to Ginger’s left started to slide

In and out the heat rose between them

As the beat of the music swirled around the floor

Warning bell and light of blue began to blink on and off

Women and their men were finishing each other off

About ten to twenty couples in positions varied as the rainbow

Bikini bottom placed back in position quickly, Ginger continued to dance

With lights completely back on again, all bodies were clothed

Aah, another night at the club was joyous for dancers with dirty thoughts

Three in the morning came, as did all who wanted to

She made her way home along, as other dancers did too

Ginger wound down in her bed all alone on the other side of town

Dirtiest dance is the best one of all… 

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About The Author: A.H. Scott is a poet based in New York City and frequent contributor to Tony Ward Studio. To read additional articles by Ms. Scott, go here: https://tonywardstudio.com/blog/heel/

 

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