Colin F. Jones


Excitement is an expression of passion,
A blissful reaction to pleasing stimuli.
That is contagious after a fashion,
Caught in the glint of an observer’s eye.
With a perception of woman’s pulchritude
A man can become very excited indeed,
And elation can accompany the crude,
When from law in war time tis freed.
What one expects to observe is received,
More beauteous than disappointingly sensed,
Passionately more excitedly perceived,
Once satisfaction has successfully commenced.
But more often it’s a thrill of the fight
That ingests the will to excite.