Sh’ma B’mita

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Written by Leon.  For more erotic poetry by Leon, check out Four Loves and The Four Minim.

In the small white roomRated R

There is a big wide bed,

And an electric clock and plenty of light,

And a mobile phone filled with apps,

And a naked woman with beautiful eyes,

And a little pussy that yearns to be fed,

And a smile that glows.

And lovely breasts,

And lips that kiss,

And a body that stretches,

And a man erect ready to play,

And neighbors all around that pray for hush.


Goodnight moon,

Goodnight room,

Goodnight bed,

Goodnight clock and goodnight light,

Goodnight iPhone filled with apps.

Come to me, naked woman with beautiful eyes,

Come to me with your smile that glows,

Come to me with your lovely breasts

And your little pussy that yearns to be fed,

And your lips that kiss,

And your body that stretches.

Come with me now as the neighbors cry hush,

As the air all around is filled with our rush,

And our cries and our groans fill the sweet night,

And we dance and we fly high in the wet sky.


Goodnight love,

Goodnight passion,

Goodnight erection and lubrication,

Goodnight sweat and perspiration,

Goodnight Sh’ma and loving protection.

Goodnight sensations everywhere.

Hush for now

Until we are rested.

And then…

And then we can start another love session.



*Sh’ma B’mita refers to the prayer traditionally said in bed before going to sleep.  It contains the Sh’ma Yisrael, which is recited before bed and (if possible) immediately before death, as well as forgiveness prayers and several passages that create spiritual protection during the sleeping hours.

I am a late-comer to poetry especially Jewish-laced love poetry. In the last two years I have written about 50 such poems that I am now trying to publish under the title - The Metaphysics of Love. They are about love - love for women as a metaphor for the Divine love - sometimes employing very erotic images inspired by the Song of Songs and Kabbalistic literature.