Ramona Thompson


Oh My Orlando Bloom! Poem by Ramona Thompson


Oh what sweet orgasm he gives with just one lust filled glance
'Ramona.' He softly calls to me in join him in his midnight pirate's bed
Lowering his zipper my lover presents me with a most erotic view of his 9 inch masterpiece
Hardened and pulsing with desire for me
'All for you all night long.' He purrs.
Naughty thoughts flood my mind in a river of passion's heat as I feel his fingers slip slowly, gently into me
'Don't stop.' I moan like an animal caught in the most wicked kind of trap
Opening like a rose under the heavy storm of my lover's ejecting rain
Beneath the glow of a full silverly moon I wrap my legs around him and pull him into me ever deeper and
wetter
Lustly calling his name as I dig bloodly wounds across his bare naked back
One more masterful thrust
One more tender loving stroke and.....


Oh my God!

Oh Orlando!

Baby, I swear I've never had it better.


2008 Ramona Thompson

Submitted: Monday, January 07, 2008
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