On the heels of my silver awarded poem Luscious, I wanted to write another poem in the same vein and with the same style. I can’t say any more without giving it away, so please enjoy…
Fingers playing under pleated skirt
Caressing folds of dark, dusky desire
I sample scented rosebud, taking you in.
First taste, my knees buckle;
Fall at your feet
Eyes close instinctively
Low moan escapes my lips
As easily as Houdini slipping from
Lock and chain
I lick slowly, excitement builds….
As emotion’s tsunami rushes around me
Transporting me to heaven
I nibble your bit playfully, your
Chocolate flesh moist
Shivering desire takes me
As I take you
Hoisting your ambrosia cup
To fevered lips
Till you are all consumed
For just another taste
Just another nibble….
I dribble over you
Until you come
Until you went
Until each crumb
Is eaten, well spent….
The cupcake is
And I am
PS – I’ve been having friendly debate with a fellow poet who loves the poem but doesn’t like the title. What do you think I should call it? 🙂
UPDATE – My blog friend Loly (from http://ahhhpoetry.wordpress.com/) suggested “CUNNOISSEUR” with the deliberate spelling rather than “Fellatio” … I like it!
UPDATE # 2 – As I am all for not giving things away at the very start, I’m going to rename this piece with the original spelling of “Connoisseur” – it will allow the reader to guess what the poem is about (and still be wrong LOL!) But this way, it won’t give anything away – not even the sexiness of the poem itself … Thanks for all the help, my friends 🙂 Enjoy the poem 😉
- Give that Man a “Fellatio” (danteology.wordpress.com)