Like Eskimos

Like Eskimos

Two bodies arched
To share warmth
Like bridges meeting

Both bending in rhythm
Sharing each other
Leaning on one another

In the cold night air
In a tent with a dozen blankets
Spread on its floor

Two loving bodies connected
Continuously in sync
Underneath layers of warmth


With the tide
Making their own flames
In absence of a campfire

In the motions
And rising
And rocking

Friction stoking the heat
As she was atop him
And they were sitting connected

Bouncing, waving, swelling
With each other
Each gasp and moan

Each flash of water
And glint of summer
Warmth being generated

By two lovers having
“Eskimo sex”
And making more love

Than a tent or freezing night air
Could contain
In the moments it made

In the quiet mountains

Published by Jake Thomas Shaw

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