Philip Bond


It Starts With A Kiss - Poem by Philip Bond

To your lips
nothing doth eclipse
a sensual beauty
radiance and purity
a face so cleansed
elegance unsurpassed,
To touch your bodily form
my mind to transform
an ecstasy
so overpowering
your sensual delights
so alluring
your neck
so statuesque,
Sensuality builds
in touching your breasts
your hardening nippple suggests
eroticism now erupts
nothing
here on obstructs
such pleasure this extracts
as we explore our soul contract,
My lips explore further
for this flame
there be no extinguisher,
To your navel
the cradle
ecstasy's euphoria
your vulva I savour,
My heart pumps
a hardening
increases
into a trunk
to penetrate
your vagina
striving
seeking loves messiah
together we climb
love's mountain
ecstasy awaits
a climax to altered states,
Bliss is being with you
drawn together
bound by love's glue,
Unable to restrain
testosterone builds again
to your thighs
my lips return
your soul
I so yearn
to complete
my exploration
in this celebration
to your feet I go
to your nails red in aglow
I kiss your toe...

© Philip Bond 2015

Topic(s) of this poem: love, love and life


Comments about It Starts With A Kiss by Philip Bond

  • (4/6/2015 7:31:00 PM)


    Intensely sensual poem, you have portrayed what follows a kiss beautifully, innocently and eloquently, no vulgarity involved at all. Your explanation of life's ecstatic and private pleasure elicits a variety of wonderful feelings and emotions attuned to mature physical love. Outstanding write. Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn (Report) Reply

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  • (4/6/2015 7:15:00 PM)


    Intensely sensual poem, you have expressed what follows a kiss discreetly, yet openly without any vulgarity at all. Such a beautiful explanation of life's ecstatic and private pleasure. Gave you a 10. Thank you for sharing, RoseAnn (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 21, 2015



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