Poetry Train: Simmering

20 Jul

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Silver mists drape the oaks
in a gauzy morning wrapper.
The sun peeks between the folds.
Mourning doves coo seductive approval.

My eyes open into yours.
Heat, a moist blanket unfolding, settles over me,
weights my limbs with a peaceful presence
that could so easily be stirred to passion.
And stir you do, one finger, dipping in, languid circles.

My gaze takes a slow journey to your lips,
watching you lick and suckle,
your eyelids drifting down to savor,
like a chef over a delicate sauce,
a wicked grin as you invite me to taste.
I catch the scent and flavor of my own desire,
wriggling closer, inviting your pleasure.

You withdraw leaving me with
your unswayable smile,
the one that promises,
that despite a bit of simmering,
waiting will be worth it.

On the back burner
dreams and fantasies bubble together
blending, melding, merging
creating something bolder,
more developed, exotic.

Heat clings as the sun sinks
behind blue mountains
and you rise ready above me.
This moment has sizzled in us all day.
A feast awaits.

We smile together at the brink, knowing.
This won’t be polite.
This won’t be civilized
This won’t be proper
It will be worth the wait.

Visit the other passengers on the Monday Poetry Train Revisited.

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6 Responses to “Poetry Train: Simmering”

  1. Amethyst July 20, 2009 at 7:13 pm #

    Loved it! Very beautiful.

  2. stan July 20, 2009 at 9:58 pm #

    The last stanza says it all.

  3. Jeeves July 21, 2009 at 12:22 am #

    Very nice one.

  4. Richard Wells July 21, 2009 at 2:27 am #

    Hard to do the erotic well, but you’ve done well here.

  5. thisgirlremembers July 21, 2009 at 4:34 am #

    Whoo boy, simmering for sure! Masterful work. It’s lovely and sensuous and vivid. Thank you so much for sharing it with us!

  6. gautami tripathy July 21, 2009 at 12:04 pm #

    Sensual..

    readingless days

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