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If sensual poetry offends you, please don't read this. If you are easily offended by eroticism, in even it's mildest form, stop now and read no further... Last Warning: This is graphic in it's meaning...



At night, I wake to watch you slumber, a wisp of hair across your face
Your earlobe so inviting in the soft glow of the moon
Your naked breasts rising and falling with each of your even breaths
Your lips so soft and tender yearning for me to grace them with a kiss
As I gently rub your cool bare skin so enticing to the touch
I wonder, how can I be so lucky as to have known you in this moment
You stir and roll over exposing your back side to me
I feel the warmth of the naked skin as I softly glide my hand
Over the gentle curves of your exquisite body
The roundness of your bottom so alluring and desirous to be touched
As my hand lightly brushes your skin from shoulder to bottom
You stir, slowly reacting to my soft touch that now begins to wake you
Your desire is manifest through the stiffening of your nipples
The light brushing of my hand now becomes more firm
Your body responds with the presence of goose bumps
I concentrate on these, warming the skin and bringing energy to them
As I quench your desire for my touch, your eyes focus on mine
Our souls feel the love we long to share
Your eyes will me to see inside of you
We become one as our physical beings are brought to ecstasy

~~~~~

With apologies to everyone for using this Patsy Cline line... (One of my favorite songs...)
I suppose I will get this type of poetry out of my system one day... NOT... LOL



------
Daniel Lloyd Kennedy


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The following comments are for "Sweet Dreams Of You"
by daprdan

Really sweet dreams
OK Dan, I am again breathing. Very good, I like this new thing you have going on. Very sexy poetry!

Nae
( I am a Patsy Cline fan! Another point for you!)

( Posted by: nae411 [Member] On: September 16, 2004 )





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