Seth Yuhi Musinga
Oh, So Sweet - Poem by Seth Yuhi Musinga
Under the oak tree, next to the river,
With NONHLANHLA my sweet rose.
I look at her lips and the big blue eyes.
I take her hand gently and bring it close to my lips
I place my hands lightly around her waist, oh so sweet
I wrap my hand around the nape of her neck and gently pull her toward me
I put my hands on the sides of her beautiful face
Using my thumb to sweep across her cheekbone
Oh, so sweet
I gave her a few light kisses on her cheek
I whisper all the naughty things I have in store for her
Then moved to her forehead and her mouth
Lightly pull at her bottom lip with my teeth
I watch her eyes roll back in her head
I rake my fingernails down the side of her neck and back,
And tug her hair after warming her up with some soft, sensual kissing
Oh, so sweet
Start with a closed-mouth kiss, and then barely part my lips to add a hint of passion
I hold her hand, touch her waist and cup her jaw
She breathes through her nose and exhale softly into my ear
The waft of warm air make my whole body tingle
I continue with my tongue exploration inside her mouth
And give her bottom lip a playful bite
Oh, so sweet.
Note: NONHLANHLA, girls name in Zulu language meaning ``luck``.
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