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scarlette Phoenix

Rookie (1987 March 25 / Cape Town)

So Real

Run your fingers
Up my spine
Gently caressing
I feel fine

No, better than fine
soft and sexy
Your roaming hands
Exciting me

Turn me about as you will
Anything you do
I'll be pleased
Lips on my skin, this is new

A soft moan escapes
I want to do the same
Run my fingers through your hair
Feel my ignited flame

Reaching out
You move away
'Please don't go!
Come back! Stay! '

A cheeky smile
Across your face
'Sshh' you whisper
Let's keep a steady pace

Down you move
Your hand on my hips
Then suddenly I feel
My warmth and your lips

O sweet torture
What heavenly bliss
Please don't stop!
Never end this kiss!

But then you do
Caressing my leg
Further down you go
Please don't make me beg

Wait! Hold on!
I'm undressed? !
Is this what you did
With each caress?

Come back please
I'm starting to shiver
Your body over mine
Its the perfect cover

Where have you gone?
I can't feel your heat
Was is something I said?
Why won't our lips meet?

Tossing and turning
Moving around
Trying to feel for you
I can't hear a sound

why won't my eyes open
They're not covered
I need to see you -
Complete darkness, I'm shuttered!

Let's try again
One eye at a time
Just a peak
But what do I find

All alone tangled in sheets
It was just a dream!
Still fully clothed
I want to scream!

Submitted: Monday, September 10, 2012
Edited: Monday, September 10, 2012

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