David Joel Rodriguez
More Than A Natural Woman: A Certain Friction (2006) - Poem by David Joel Rodriguez
(Entering your ridges and whorls,
running wild through your shoulders,
Stimulating your poundable hips.
Somatic sensations invading your spine...
Your breast ignite in lustrous sweat
wanting out as I turn you over
your legs shiver anxiously
Grasping what's 'left' of the covers.
Noises from liquids of love
as I pull out my shrine...
A mind blowing scene
that I've never seen;
Warm inner silky gushing waters
caused from an intimate endeavor,
a memorable surprise
to my dilated virgin eyes.
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