Designing Divinity

First I chose her breasts (of course!)
So large, so full, so pert
And gave her nipples thick and long
To punctuate her shirt

I made her tall and elegant
Though curvy round the hips
A soft and shapely face to match
With perfect, pouting lips

For hair, I went with waist-length black
With rippling chocolate through
Her eyes arresting, round and bright
One green, the other blue

Virginal, voluptuous
This doll I dressed with care
In high-heeled thigh-length leather boots
And lacy underwear

At last I switched her on – and found
One thing I didn’t do:
Divine I’d made her, but forgot
To make her like me too!

About Frank

A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.
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