Dougie Fresh

Strip Tease Part 2 (Of 3) - Poem by Dougie Fresh

You slowly and seductively start thrusting your pelvis—back and forth—
All over me—as you straddle me—biting your lower lip—pheromones are
Dancing all through the air—as you give me that come hither look—once
Again—I beg you to untie me—but you wait—just a little longer—teasing
Me just a bit more—you reach your face close to my neck just once more—
Taking one last nibble—to satisfy your hunger—then loosen the ropes on my
Arms—without saying a word—but you give me the look once more—
Now with my arms free—I grab you by your neck—playfully yet firmly—
And seductively move my tongue from the lobes of your ears—all the way
Down your neck—you moan slightly—I can feel you quivering—and trembling—
I slide my hands all the way down your back and grab the backs of your thighs—
Picking you up—as you wrap your legs around my waist—you want it—you let me
Know by the thrusting of your pelvis as I have you in the air—I reciprocate the thrust—
The kissing is intense—deep hard kisses—your tongue reaching the back of my throat—
And mine reaching yours—I walk you over to the bed—lay you down—again I feel
The pheromones dancing in the air—you squirm around as I begin to lick your legs—
All the way up—slowly—to your inner thighs—methodically taking turns on them—
My hands have now touched every square inch of you—your beautiful body—
Both of our loins are aching—uncontrollably—now is my turn to bite your neck—
Soft at first—then ever so harder—I can feel your excitement—as I slide your panties
Down—ever so slowly—all the way to your ankles—and begin to trace my tongue—
On the parts of you that have been untraced to this point—your moans begin to
Increase in volume—as you reach up and take off my belt—you are ready—
And so am I—this is exactly how you pictured this moment—and you love it!

Comments about Strip Tease Part 2 (Of 3) by Dougie Fresh

  • Darkangel FlyfreeDarkangel Flyfree (8/14/2012 3:18:00 PM)

    Wow! I don't know what to say, but WOW! What a poem! ! ! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 15, 2012

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