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I confess. Itís all true,
just donít stop touching.
Iíve never done anything
like this before.
Do you believe me? Never mind
my fingers. They do
that thing they do,
nimble little clothes thieves
that they are.
The snap of the clasp,
loud in the cozy confines,
as I release the feast.
A tiny groan? A soft moan?
Are you even listening?
Perhaps if the soft hot kiss
wasnít so fresh on my lips,
you could understand
what it is Iím saying.
Am I too close? Not at all,
Weíre just sharing the same space,
savoring the dark secret quiet moments.
I donít mind if you donít.
Are we getting loud?
Maybe, but I donít think
anyone can hear and
I wonít tell if you wonít.
Oh damn the soft nibble on the ear.
the gentle breath and clever bites,
You are so deliciously seductive
What? A knock on the door?
No, thatís my heart beating in
anticipation. The moan?
You or I, does it even matter now?
I can feel you, the heavy breath,
the fevered scramble of hands
the rising skirt
and falling pants,
and the sexy feel of pointed needs
and the cool closet air.


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The following comments are for "Closet"
by BMartinez

Closets...
I really enjoyed writing this one...
Yeah.
Now that I think about it... LOL
I am glad that it brought you fond memories...

( Posted by: bmartinez [Member] On: February 10, 2005 )





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