Poison 9901

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@~}~~ Slow Ride ~~{~@ - Poem by Poison 9901

Slowly, I pull your body close to mine
Releasing your clothing, we begin to entwine
Feeling your heart, begin to race, with every gentle touch,
Needing, wanting, desiring each other so much

My lips quiver, with fear, as I anticipate your kiss
Feeling as though I’m in heaven, lost in a state of bliss
Admiring your beauty, silhouetted by the pale moons glow
Not rushing into anything, taking it really slow

Your skin, cool to the touch, as I softly kiss your neck
Feeling you body melting into my arms, with every little peck
Kissing you slowly, you take my breath away, as I hold your body tight
Stealing a moment, glancing eyes, wishing it would last all night

Kissing you soft, pecks on your neck, making my way to your breast
Listening to your breath quicken, as your slowly being undressed
Slowly teasing your nipples, as they awake to my tongues effect
Feeling them growing harder, with every little butterfly peck

Soft moans of pleasure, begin slowly seeping from your lips
Feeling your excitement build, greeting every buck of your hips
Listening to you moan softly, between each and every sigh
Pulling you closer, your temperature rising, I’m going lower to your thighs

Slowly, as I trace my tongue, across every inch of your skin
Feeling your excitement building, a warm pleasure from deep within
Taking you in my arms, I gently lay you on the bed
Growing more excited, as your sighs echo thru my head

Feeling your pleasure build, as I take you up, another rung
Tracing every crack and crevice, slowly teasing you with my tongue
Drawing you closer, increasing the pressure, your body harder to hold
Watching as you arch your back, your pleasure, you no longer control

Wrapping my arms around you, I feel you begin to explode
Your pleasure uncontrollable, your senses in overload
Wave upon wave of passion, you released from deep within
With every movement of your body, a new wave would begin

I Listened to you softly moan, as your body, quivered with delight
Illuminated only by the moons pale glow, you’re such a beautiful sight
I held love in my arms, content; my chest was swollen with pride
Awaiting the next opportunity, to take you on another, Slow Ride


Comments about @~}~~ Slow Ride ~~{~@ by Poison 9901

  • (8/2/2008 10:19:00 PM)

    Woah. What a sensual, yet tasteful, piece of poetry! Once you begin the read, you are swept up with the happenings there in the moonlight. We can all relate to such passion, I'm sure. A '10' for sure!
    Julie
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  • (1/16/2008 5:35:00 PM)

    gREAT TITLE THAT draws the reader in.I like this passionate poem!
    Keep up the Great work.............Poison U write well!
    ((smile))
    Shelley
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  • (10/14/2007 3:52:00 PM)

    A passionate poem written tastefully yet ever so full of fire...As Tara says, this works, Oh yeh, it really works............marci. :) (Report)Reply

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  • (10/13/2007 10:14:00 AM)

    I feel the need to choose my words carefully ;) . So I'll simply say... this works. t x (Report)Reply

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  • (10/5/2007 6:49:00 PM)

    incredible imagery.. and the sensuality is striking.
    thank you, poison.
    ♥ frozenbeauty
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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011


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