Jazzy Davies

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Symphony Of Lust - Poem by Jazzy Davies

Melting amber, as the sun sets in your eyes,
pupils dilate into discs of black velvet.
Heart beat increases, lips part and blush,
liquid lightning filling the blood.
The singlemindedness of lust takes over
and sanity is a car trip away.

Every nerve screaming for attention,
waiting impatiently to be touched.
Senses lost in heavenly saturation,
scent of desire creating heady thoughts.
Fullness and pouting exposes readiness,
matched only by magnificent proudness.

Sizzling energy bouncing back and forth,
my feelings mirrored in your gaze.
Sweet butterfly opens to you, shining,
trembling gently under your hands.
Arching shamelessly towards you
seeking the glorious fulfilment you offer.

Slowly kissing your beautiful form,
tasting the very essence of you.
Satin skin like an angels caress,
tongue quivering and dancing upon you.
Need rising, like the flood waters of the Nile,
until, gradually, we move together as one.

So softly and completely you fill me,
greedily, happily, taking all you offer.
The dancing inside begins like a waltz,
becoming a tango as we move further on.
Until the sublime plateau is reached,
journey ended, destination achieved.

Intense rhythms playing, paired inside,
languorous decadence follows.
Closeness, unity of souls complete,
savouring the afterglow, safely enclosed.
Beautiful high, exquisite satisfaction,
sated, but lost, in the dangerous circle of lust.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 16, 2005



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