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Night has fallen with snow coming down, ice and snow crunching under foot
The cabin dark, except for one light, the chimney curling its puffy plume skyward
I step inside closing the door, light filters through your thin nightgown
The outline of your tight body very visible and sensually tempting

Your smile warms the cold from me, but warmer still is your desire for me
Quickly I shed coat and boots and stand by the fire, warming my hands
You slide your arms around me from behind placing your hands on my chest
You pull me to you tightly sighing, your head turned and laying on my back

I rub your long, slender hands, then reach behind me to pull you closer
I turn around pulling you closer, sensing your warmth through the thin garment
The coldness that entered from outside, now noticeably transmitted to you
As your gown outlines your breasts reaction to the coolness

Feeling your gentle curves, as my hands explore your gracefully slender frame
Slowly sliding to the hearthrug, you pull at my trousers on the way
Your soft warm skin so inviting, as you wrap your legs around me
Bared, before the fire, we embrace more than physical bodies

When I hold you this closely there is nothing in this world but the two of us
I bathe in the wetness of your soft lips and explore their tender folds
I hunger only for your kiss, your warmth, your love and your final sigh of satisfaction
No greater warmth have I felt on this cold night, than your complete surrender

Daniel Lloyd Kennedy

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