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Monday, June 6, 2011

Beware Your Kiss.

BEWARE YOUR KISS.

Beware your kiss
For its softness is a sweet honeyed warmth
That cushions my mouth in a joy
And all sweetness of honeycomb is mine
That I am addicted to its juice
To the taste of sugar, which flows from such lips

In slow enticement, am I sucked in
That your lips become the pillows of soft dreams
And my lips mould to them in close comfort
Melting into a succulence of this joy’s passion
And I feel you, that slip of tongue
Which interferes with the kiss
In such a precious way
That my lips part…
And tongues touch to a new sensation

I am lost to a melted haze
To a higher emotion, which weakens resolve
Yet hardens a fire of rushed energy
And I lay for you, in a tender submission
Slave to your inquiry, those fingers which search
And now find me with smooth ripples
That you tease and take in an insatiable way
While our lips are together and tongues touch

Sap me, take my very strength
Weaken me in a strong influence of urgency
That you grow the rougher and are animal
Growling between purrs
And I lay for you,
In no mind to beware your kiss
RON S KING
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