Brandi Guthrie

Rookie (3-9-76 / California)

Smitten Kitten - Poem by Brandi Guthrie

Overcome am I, as far as yearning goes
And to the edge where pleasure flows.
Falling footless into the fray,
To where I land, I have no say.
Only you can wield this fire,
And swell in me a veiled desire.
Manipulate an appealing distraction,
An equitable oath of sweet satisfaction.
Kiss me here then slide easily down,
As vertigo washes me to the ground.
I`ll collect this all for later consumption;
The lingering tenor of nervous assumptions.
With the feel of your skin I lose my mind
And leave my long suffering far behind.
You taint my libido with your toxicity,
Crushing under the weight of our proximity.
In addiction`s grip, I`ve been bitten.
I am, for now, your smitten kitten.

Comments about Smitten Kitten by Brandi Guthrie

  • (5/27/2010 1:51:00 PM)

    My God Brandi... you alley cat! Meow.... no hang on you're a wild cat aren't you! ? Tiger? ? ! I ain't messing with you any time soon lol!

    This is a great write indeed and explores the feelings within in contrast to external physical pleasure... you seem everso playful here as well as seductive... you also give a superb image of dreamy heights that you are elevated to in brilliant descriptives at the start and end. Push all the emotions you have, all your love, all your anger, all your hate, all your passion way down in to the pit of your soul and watch it explode like a nuclear reactor! Kaboom we have lift off.... Brandi sets us on a voyage of playful passion and lofty skyline visions of burning love fever.

    You could infect the world with this kind of poem... and inject it with some much needed desire fire! Inferno time! Take the world by storm Brandi!

    Dale :)
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 8, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 15, 2010

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