Jo Lynn Ehnes

Rookie - 0 Points (1/18/1962 / Alliance, Nebraska)

Silk And Lace - Poem by Jo Lynn Ehnes

I feel temptation's presence brush my face;
romantic eyes are gleaming in the night.
He's brought the finest gift of silk and lace;
this negligee induces sheer delight.

He slowly demonstrates seduction's game
as virile hands caress beneath my gown.
Cascading kisses spark my yearning flame;
on rapture's breeding bed he lays me down.

He carefully discards my graceful veil,
exposing soft and intimate designs.
Upon this lush decor his fingers trail
until they rest where joy he redefines.

I'm captured deep within his amber gaze
while silently I'm teased with pleasing care.
My body arches as this lover plays
and nectar flows from passion's secret lair.

Enticed by streams of steaming ecstasy,
his piercing magic enters warmth's abyss.
Indulging every merging fantasy,
we're cast where dreams are forged to reminisce.

In harmony we climb elation's peak
where tension fuels explosion's hot release.
Upon the summit forms devotion's creek
that seals a bond where love will never cease.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 26, 2005

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