Ever consider two women, both at the same time,
Bodies moving in harmony, in rhythm, in rhyme,
A trios et menage, fit to seduce any man,
Would you care to enjoy, for I shall if I can ?
Consider the possibility that we do as thee suggests,
And I hold power of choice o’er four nipples, four breasts,
And two pairs of thighs, twix which Paradise truly lies,
What wouldst thou say, at the end of that day,
If I lovest thy companion more so than thee ?
Oh fairest of dark women, you course through my blood,
And bring forth the better man, for all that is good;
Ne’er risk what thy hast, ‘tis little to hold,
While you, alike Dawn, are perfect and gold.