Pascale Ost

Rookie (21-11-1970 / Antwerp)

Silence - Poem by Pascale Ost


I’m covering your body with mine
Breasts touching breasts
Putting my hands next to your head
My eyes are catching yours
Asking what you want

Slowly I move my body
Between your legs
I hear your breath, going deeper
Feeling your legs around my hips
Asking me for more, to go faster

You start to kiss me
First on my lips, than deeper
Our tongues meting each other
Dancing on our favourite song

I feel your hands on my back
Your nails making little scarves
A moan escapes from my mouth
I feel your body shivering
You scream out loud my name

Two laughing faces
Two hearts full with love
Taking care about the other one
For the rest of our lives

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Poem Submitted: Friday, July 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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