Gregory Donner

Rookie (October 10,1969 / Salem, Oregon)

Next To You - Poem by Gregory Donner

Asleep, lying against me
I sense your breathing, fresh and sweet
Like pure oxygen sustaining me
Succulent breasts rising and resting
Pressing against me

With gentle touch
I explore
Tracing each curve of your body
Your silken skin, smooth
Uncontrollably sensual

Safe in my arms
I hold you tighter
Your hips embracing mine
The heat of your body
Reflecting the warmth of your love
Our legs intertwined
Unstoppable delight
I crave you

Just hours ago
Knowing each other as never before
A universe of acceptance and love in your eyes
Free of shame, in complete nakedness
Our bodies embracing pleasure, wonder
For the first time
Becoming one in body and soul
Making love with intimate surrender

Consummating beauty and delight
Two bodies joined, moving as one
As never before, unified in perfect wonder
Unbridled ecstasy of passion and desire
Expression of love so deep
Innocence bows to honor
Fulfillment of dreams

No words can describe your beauty
Everything I want to be, you are
Woven in intricate unison
Your lavish hips cradling your sensuous slit
Folds of feminine wonder
Nestled between your velvet thighs
Center of admiration and longing
Sleek, captivating form
You consume me

My hands caress your head
Exploring your luxurious hair
Your eyelids closed, lips resting
Nestling in my shoulder

Graceful form that fascinates like living art
Your arm draping my waist
As I bathe in your beauty
Overwhelmed with the intensity of your love
Tears flow down my cheeks

For so long living only in my dreams
Now satisfied in your reality
Revived by your acceptance, affection
Presence that comforts and thrills
Only in you am I complete

Tracing my fingers between your breasts
To your navel
Approaching the mount of your desire
You stir, smiling as your eyes open
Everything a woman could be
You are

In this moment
And forever
Life has just begun

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 20, 2005

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