Treasure Island

Peter LeBuhn

(2-21-64 / Silver Spring Maryland)

Desire


Descending upon thee,
You proposition and partake of me
Silken ribbons of flesh
I offer myself to you
Do with me what you please

All your desires
Uncensored intense passion of emotion
savage sexual abandonment
At first glance
Unrestraint of Passions
Come, taste me
Ripe, sweet body of lust
Nectar made of me
A gift to quench your thirst

Liquid love dripping off my carnal body
Our sex...As we are engulfed
To be savoured
By the touch of your lips
The caress of your tongue

Come, love me
Pure undeniable longing
To have my body taken
Made one with yours

Posses me like no other
Enter my soul
Fill me with yourself
Ecstasy awaits us

Peter LeBuhn

Copyright ©2005 Peter LeBuhn

Submitted: Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Edited: Thursday, December 15, 2005

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  • ***** ********* (12/15/2005 8:05:00 AM)

    Yes Peter! Desire is a very powerful emotion. This poem is heading you in the right sort of direction to get some of the prescious E for sure. Nice piece of gentle erotica. 10 from smilling Tai (Report) Reply

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