Sugar Bear


Exotic - Poem by Sugar Bear

I was lonely, I didn’t want to dance
I scoped the room, and our eyes met
The room glittered, the pounding of my heart
You lit, I lit, with spark

Your motions were heavenly; I could sense your scent
As our bodies grew closer…closer in percent
Your hair was damp, and your face glistened
The race of our hearts, were perfect, listen

Your eyes grew light, your skin of cream
My knees quaked over your exciting figure scene
Your eyes were clear, and lit the face
Suddenly, I wanted to dance away

Your muscles were so strong, across my back
Your legs so long, our hips attached
I felt your pride, you felt my press
I want to die, in peace like this

Your eyes stare, your lips turn
Our body’s warmth, our kiss burns
My butterflies, flutter as we rub
I can help but touch….touch

All around and about your bi’s
Your inner thighs, pressing harder, against mine
Again your pride, again my press
Hunger and greed in your breath

The song ends, but not you and I
Alone, in a daze, eye-to-eye
All around me, your hands roam
Exotic feelings, of going home

Into a place, just you and me
Alone, alone, like we want to be
The dance is over, still not you and I
Alone inside, eye-to-eye

Officers come, to pull us apart
Gripping onto each other, the pain is to start
The reach of our hands separate, and fall to our sides
As they pull us in different ways of the night

Looking back at the glimpse, I see of you
You relived the spark, I gave to you
I relieved the spark, you gave to me
But that was the last time, you were ever seen.

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  • Alan Curtis (8/13/2007 8:23:00 PM)

    Thats the kind of love a person needs....an unstopable one.
    Sweet poem sugar.


    Peace, Alan
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, January 31, 2011


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