Jack Gill Poems
- Eloise Eloise ...
- The Vinyl Man And The Electric... When I saw him in the ...
- Granddaughter On My Knee She sat on my leg till it ached a ...
- The Storm: A Child: And The Bl... Strong gusts of winds ...
- Uncontested Start early each morning, Work ahead still I’m ...
- Unprepared Looking into her eyes, I kiss her to my ...
- Leaving School Seventeen don’t call me a fool, December ...
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Looking into her eyes,
I kiss her to my surprise;
Lips inviting soft and wide,
Urgency takes over my prize.
Pulls me hard to her chest,
Returns my kiss with every zest;
Bodies now are chest to breast,
Excited hands remove my vest.
I move in tune to set it free,
Her blouse discarded quickly;
Bare skin now touches me,
We rub together silvery.
Kiss is held continuously,
Breathing hard panting me;
We break say make love to me,
Mind calls out condom please.
One hand searches frantically,
None found in pocket I plea; ...