Dominica Wolf

Rookie (January 15,1992 / Reno Nevada)

Simple Holiday - Poem by Dominica Wolf

If we met under the mistletoe
Would you kiss me
All slow?
Or tease me?
Your tounge against my ear
My body trembling
Can you hear
My heart beating
The presents ar all around
Can you hear
My heart pound
How is your family taking it
The fact that we're making it
Outside it's freezing
Was it easy?
Hanging the mistle toe out on the pourch
Did they know?
I'd let your lips explore
'Explore my body I say
I just want to play
With you in the snow
You're hands creeping up my shirt
I bet we're putting on a good show
It'd be a good clip
Your lips
On my neck
And my hands
On your neck
Letting your fingers slip under a strap
Making it snap
As my mouth is to your ear
I whisper encouraging words
You hold me closely
Whispering dirty thought between us
Of you and me
So secretly
I feel your heart beat
As you continue to kiss me
But soon you leave a trail
Of kisses from my neck
To my lips
Letting me go
And holding me by my hips
We look into eachothers eyes
And say our good-byes
You let me go
I turn to home
Pressing my way threw the snow
My face flushed
'What a wonderful Holiday! ' you yell
But all I wanted
Was a simple fucking holiday...


Comments about Simple Holiday by Dominica Wolf

  • (12/18/2005 9:17:00 PM)


    Hmm, I don't know what to say. Your emotions seem to jump from being tantalized to being mad. Your writing was good. I can't believe your only 13. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 18, 2005



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