Dan Brown

Rookie - 62 Points (20.02.1988 / Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK)

I Challenge You - Poem by Dan Brown

Our eyes meet, our lips follow,
and we come together as one.
Our limbs entwine and we push
against one another, taking us both to a place of utter
ecstasy.
Our hands explore each other, smooth and gliding
along on this wave of tension we’re riding.
We stroke and squeeze, rub and pinch, all the time
Kissing.
Kissing.
Mmm.
Our bodies grind together, an unspoken language telling
one another what we want.
So sexy.
Sensual.
Surreal.
But I’m here.
We’re intimate and together and
Kissing.
Kissing.
Mmm.
Moaning, groaning; making it clear how good we feel,
Our roaming hands have the power to heal.
We care for each other, and are both
Sensitive
towards one another’s thoughts and feelings.
Why shouldn’t we?
It’s only
Natural.
We do this even though, we’re different.
Even though the opinions against us are strong.
But I challenge you to tell me why we can’t have this.
I challenge you to tell me why this is wrong.


Comments about I Challenge You by Dan Brown

  • (1/16/2006 10:41:00 PM)


    Lust is never wrong. People with more frequent orgasms and a higher appreciation for sex have longer lifespans. But if one person feels guilty about the rel., then it's not good for either of you. And relationships can't always be built on lust.

    x You can comment back but I'm a newbie so there's nothing interesting yet. And either too much or no inspiration to write. x
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 4, 2006



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