Shelly Price

Rookie (7/12/1964 / Michigan)

Pleasure - Poem by Shelly Price

I
can
feel
your
breath
on
my
neck
inviting
me
to
dance
it's
warmth
sends< br>shivers
up
and
down
my
spine
heat
rising
hot
to
melting
my
inhibitions
away
burning
me
from
within
a
fever
smoldering
out
of
controlblazing
in
a
wind
of
glory
as
it
spreads
ravishing
quickly
through
my
body
leaving
me
wanting
until
I am
no
longer
myself
but
an
anim al
freed
from
captivity
taking
wha t
is
needed
to
fill
me
full
of
primal
hunger
that< br>feeds
me
your
hot
steamy
passio n
devouring
your
heat
buried
so
deeply
inside
welcoming
your
thrusts
sucking
you
into
me
feeding
my
desire
as
you
take
me
to
th e
place
where
lovers
go
togethersoaring
to
new
highest
of
higher
mountain
tops
lost
to
the
shee r
magic
of
the
ecstasy
that
bui lds
from
raw
naked
frictioned
fles h
climbing
higher
still
wanting
it
to
linger
for
eternity
the
perfection
too
much< br>to
bare
as
the
truth
utters
itself
from
sharp
vocals
muffled
c aught
between
the
here
and
now
a
cardinal
point
of
no
return
t he
paroxysm
with
it's
ultimate
ple asure
E
X
P
L
O
D
I
N
G
in
waves
of
euphoric
harmonious
rapport


Comments about Pleasure by Shelly Price

  • (3/3/2009 7:33:00 PM)

    very nice poem
    i could not stop reading
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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 3, 2009


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