I seldom stop to think about, The things that make me—me. My stardust eyes reflect starry skies And all that’s in between. I have a body which knows no rest, My swelling chest My full plump ******* Have held most everything. It was your pillow When one too many Problems creased your brow, It was a saucer, When you painted me With honey and olive green, Only to be licked and ravaged— Nearly torn at the seams. These hands have seen more I argue They weather by the day, By whenever they touch your sensitive skin You say, “I like them that way.” You’ve kissed my lips With the reverence Of a reigning queen. And still, I sigh, When one too many sleepless nights I wake between your sheets.