Kay Jax


As One - Poem by Kay Jax

Her body sings at His touch
And any thought of resisting flees
For there is never a moment
When She would refuse Him

She is a slave to His lovemaking
She opens herself fully, completely
Accepting His presence
Welcoming His pressure

He touches Her and She vibrates
Within and without, she aches for him
And her soul holds its breath
Waiting for the sheer joy of His entry

And when it comes….
She rises to Him
Taking Him deeply
Absorbing His essence

Becoming one – for a brief moment in time.



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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 3, 2005



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