Peya Jakob


Salsa - Poem by Peya Jakob

I came to watch you,
dressed in fiery red,
with dangerously high stilettos.
You extend your hand
and your eyes glow,
your sweat glistened
body says yes.
Your legs apart on passions floor,
we feel.love, with the lust in your eyes
i feel.the beat of gods from watching you.
You sashay your hips
as though making love
to an imaginary lover.
Your full breasts heave
in time with my passions sigh,
curves made to increase
my manliness,
your scent made for this moment.
Red sticking caressing you thighs,
i watch your red parted
lips with half breath.
You faint into my hands
and i embrace your outline
with my eyes.
I am embraced by sensaulity,
your softness is my only reality.
And now, touch me.


Comments about Salsa by Peya Jakob

  • (10/12/2009 1:13:00 AM)

    Peya, this is a poem of passion and desire with such vivid imagery to draw the reader into your poem. Words such as red, dangerously high stilettos, legs apart on passion's floor, sashay hips, breasts heave - and more....... you have written it with lust yet have obeyed all the rules of
    'those bad words not allowed on this site'. Well done! 10 love Karin
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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 27, 2009

Poem Edited: Friday, March 27, 2009


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