Gordon D Wilkinson

Rookie - 13 Points (Oxford - England)

Too Hot To Handle - Erotic - Poem by Gordon D Wilkinson

Up the stairs to paradise
Every time we make love
Clinging to each other
Caressing, touching
Tongue tracing its track
All the way, down your front
Then back upwards, relax
Exploring as I go
Tingles running down your spine
Stoking your heat
Closer to meltdown, moans
Heart pulsating faster each lick
Kisses inserted in between
Over each mound of flesh
Teasing nipples erect
Slow steady movements
Intricate patterns on your breast
Fingertips kneading gently
Kisses so passionate
Tongues fencing like rapiers
Moaning filled with sighs
Slowly building rhythm up
Quicker in unison
Metachromatism to reddish glow
Nothing distracts us
Engulfed in each others body
Slaking our thirsts
In tune to climax
My oh’s you’re ah’s fill the air
Tangled limbs everywhere
Slowing pace, rhythm subsides
Kissing your lips and face
Attached still on sides facing in
We rest
Lullabies to our pleasure
Into sleep we fade


Comments about Too Hot To Handle - Erotic by Gordon D Wilkinson

  • (2/27/2009 2:57:00 PM)

    once again i would say you are only one step away from censorship. .great read though.thats the second time tonight you left me breathless.the palpitations can be quite scary at my age.only joking of course. (Report)Reply

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  • (2/26/2009 9:42:00 AM)

    Great imagery you have here Gordon...good write...thank you...10++ (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009



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