Newlywed pop star writes verse about sexy romps and romantic meals

By Marla Lehner
Updated November 15, 2004 01:00 PM
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Britney Spears has posted a honeymoon poem on her fan Web site in which she talks of both sexy romps and quiet dinners on the beach.

“We hopped on a plane and took our flight/ I slept really well, all through the night,” she writes of her trip to Turtle Island, Fiji. “As we arrive, I turn and look out the door, People are greeting us right at the shore.”

Spears, 22, and Kevin Federline, 26, did not take a honeymoon immediately after their surprise Sept. 18 wedding. But, according to the poem, the couple made up for lost time with private dinners and romantic nights by the fire.

“A meal, a shower and some ice cream/ Then I threw my man down, you know what I mean! Magical nights filled with stars/ Silence is golden, no running cars.”

In a letter posted on her Web site Nov. 8, Spears said the reason she and her hubby didn’t jet off directly after the wedding was because they were closing the deal on their new home – a $6.7 million, 9,000 sq-ft., eight bedroom, gated Malibu spread.

In Spears’s letter she said the couple is decorating the pad for the holidays – and in anticipation of the family they hope to begin soon. She said she plans to spend less time on her career and instead concentrate on “myself, my husband, Kevin, and starting a family.”

Spears’s latest album, My Prerogative, hit stores last week.