You take me
With the power of lust
Knowing what you want
And how to get it
To feel the power of your body
Head thrown back, body arched
I feel your warm breath
Against my thighs
Just before your lips
Reach the ridge of mine
I watched you
Like a too hot cup of coffee
Your hot breath sliding over me
Feeling like soft silk exposed
Making my body respond with abandon
I sense nothing
But you and the promise
Of your body to mine, taunting me
To think of nothing but
The moment when my body meets yours
In a crashing wave of exquisite pleasure
The kind that rips
The satiated breath from our chests
Of all that was said and done
Making us feel so alive
We could die
Le Petite Mort
dVerse ~ Poets Pub : OpenLinkNight Week 74
Goddamn, woman …
This is brilliant. Now I need a cold shower.
Bajan, really? This is me …
Seriously, when haven’t you needed a cold shower when I write like this?
* big grins *
You are right… I always need a cold shower around you… just missed the thrill of reading you, that’s all *grins right back* 🙂
okay…I’m blushing…just a little fly that landed on the wrong wall 😉 Not going to say it isn’t awesome…and not saying blushing’s bad… 🙂
Aww shucks! Thanks Tashtoo!
I’ve always been amazed that the French (not to mention Chaucer and Shakespeare) referred to one of the most life-affirming actions in that way. Beyond that, I have no choice but to second bajanpoet’s motion.
I know, I’ve always been amused by that comparison myself. Years ago, I do recall reading somewhere that certain cultures believe each time a person climaxes a year of life is lost, that is a little death.
I have this sudden desire for a cigarette. And I don’t smoke…
Pheww…… Hot, hot,,,deliciously…hot 🙂
Fabulous in fact.
* hands over fan * Why thank you Daydreamertoo.
I like this. A lot.
Whew…beautifully expressed poem of passion!
Thank you, Mary.
whew…intense…nicely dont a feverish pace to reading that…ha so aline as we embrace the little death that comes in our climax…..nice…
Aah but what a way to go! as the jokes imply. Thanks Brian.
That certainly warmed up a cold Scottish morning!
Hahahahaha! Glad I could help. Thanks Tony.
Very well written. Passionate and lustful without being vulgar. I love this piece, and what it does to my thought process. Thank you for sharing!