Dom Hunt

(17/04/1966 / geelong)

A touch of skin


A touch of skin
A stirring
My hands move over the beauty of you
I am entranced
So soft
Like silk 
You turn towards me
My heart pounds 
I feel your breath
Our lips move together
Lightness fills me
My hands move around the mystery 
You arch your back
I feel a melting
Of my heart and soul
Time and place escape me
My only fear is it will end
We become one
Joined in love
Your hair is tussled
Crazy like my mind
Eyes meet
A wave of ecstasy 
I can't believe I am part of you
My mind races 
Filled with wonder
That it feels like the first time 
I long for you
As it was years before 
Still can't believe your beauty

Submitted: Saturday, May 26, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 31, 2012

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