Dolan Doran

(June 24 1993.)

One Night Stand


laying here, thinking.
how good would it feel?
would you be gentle?
would it hurt?
You’ve promised me heaven;
so many talks,
I’ve listened to you
as you’ve told me
what you would do.
detail by detail
Unbearably glorious.

How would it feel
to have you hold me?
to have you tell me
everything I wanted to hear?
even if you lie,
lie if you must.
Tell me I’m beautiful,
gorgeous, painfully so.

I don’t care
I never have.
I want to let go.
to feel strong at heart
and weak in the knees.
I want to hear you say
those words.
To abandon everything for a night.

To let go of everything
and feel only you.
Holding me, thrusting into me.
To have you say my name
in your moment of climax.
To feel…to live.
To die a moments’ death
only to wake up to more.

Oh what I would give,
to see you sweat with restraint.
To give, and not expect.
To rejoice in my pleasure
not just In your own.
To have you here for one night.
If only you knew.


****Inspired by Nate... a good friend. :) ****

Submitted: Thursday, January 15, 2009
Edited: Friday, January 16, 2009

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  • Sulaiman Mohd Yusof (1/15/2009 11:09:00 PM)

    Quite seducive and erotic.The moment of pleasurable ejaculation that could bring both of you to sleepstill........just forget about everythin.........juz sail on.Beauty of writes. (Report) Reply

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