Scene 2


Our breaths speed up as shirts leave the body
Your wrap your arms around my neck and moan softly
My lips move from yours down to your breast
I suck softly and rub the other half of your chest
A couple of seconds pass and I move my kisses down
I’m headed for your kingdom to take the crown
I tear down a button and zipper and remove a denim wall
To find a finely knitted damn of lingerie preventing a waterfall
I pull from your waist and slowly allow the juices to flow
Now it’s my tongue’s turn to bear arms and go
I catch as many drops as I can and search for the man in the boat
When I find him I recite the alphabet and listen as you hit new notes


4 thoughts on “Scene 2

    1. I just had to keep going with the flow of things. Making it as realistic and relatable as possible. Lol But then again, I guess I should be used to it by now. My poems always seem to cause a little discomfort. Most poets find that rewarding but not me. It’s fine though. I saw a chance and was inspired; I went for it. The reaction was as impactful but at least I tried. What could you possibly to all of that anyway. Lol It is a bit much of I do say so myself.

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