The mammary twin, two but one,

Silhouetted conically on a fleshy wall,

Like a round-molded jug.

Hanging slightly down,

As if watching the body,

The huge body holding them together,

At an acute angle.

A concave upper surface,

With a convex lower surface,

The mammary twin, one but two,

The great identical twin,

Both marked by the bulge areola

Propelled by  two;

The duo of oestrogen and progesterone,

Feeding the baby, and thrilling the man.

Exciting the mother, pointing to onlookers

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Sometime we wonderful benefits more from the twin: the Woman, the man or the child. Whatever, the woman's breast is a blessing to mankind, so take care of it, and pray for some women you know who struggle with breast cancer.

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Mohamad Shaifulbahri's picture

A very interesting poem that captured my thoughts and imagination at that...hehehe...

prboggs's picture

Very accurately observed! Beautifully put!

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Ruth Lovejoy's picture

acute detail hmmm very observent man, I like this piece