Kimberly Lindsey

Rookie (March 10 / Texas)

The Way You Make Me Feel (Slightly Erotic) - Poem by Kimberly Lindsey

When you kiss me like that,
You make the blood rush through my veins.
When your lips touch my skin,
My breath catches in my throat.
When your tongue grazes my ear,
I can’t help but moan.
When you put your hand in my hair,
And gently pull my head into position,
No matter how hard I try not too, I moan.
And when you look me in the eye,
And say I want you, I melt inside.
The way you run your fingers,
Up the back of my thighs,
Leaves me breathless, panting, wanting more.
And when you slowly start to undress me,
And slide the clothes to floor, I can only wonder
What else you have in store.
When I can no longer keep my silence,
And I beg you for release, it’s not the restraints
I need release from.
And, ever accommodating,
You give me what I want, and then some,
As my body, slowly slides, to the floor.
I am weak, and exhausted.
Slowly, coming to my senses,
And I look at you smile through the tears.
You give me everything I want,
Holding nothing back.
And I love you from the bottom of my heart

Comments about The Way You Make Me Feel (Slightly Erotic) by Kimberly Lindsey

  • (9/11/2009 8:30:00 PM)

    Couldn't have said it any better myself... ;)
    Great Job
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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 11, 2009

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 21, 2010

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