Dennis Walker


Walking In The Sand - Poem by Dennis Walker

Me
I remember walking on the beach the sand so white and soft
Bare footed with you hand in hand
The moon light shone so bright
Making the form on the waves look like it was dancing
The night breeze made you shiver I placed my jacket on your shoulders

You
O the moon was so bright
I could feel the soft sand between my toes
The sea was a picture the sounds of the waves I remember well
Holding your hand I felt safe secure I wanted you so much
It was cold you placed your jacket around my shoulders to keep me warm

Me
Placing my arm around you I felt you snuggle closer
We talked as we walked for a mile or so
No one else on the beach we were the only people in the world
Reaching the sand dunes as the old church bell struck midnight
You laid my jacket on the floor for us both

You
When you placed your arm around me I wanted to become part of you
We seemed to glide along the distance seemed like nothing
The beach was so quiet it was our world no one else’s
As we reached the sand dunes I heard a bell charm
I placed your jacket on the sand for us both to sit and cuddle

Me
For hours we just lay there talking and kissing
Finding out about each other
You are so interesting you keep me enthralled
Time passed so quickly in your arms
You did not resist when I placed my hand on your breast

You
We talked for hours you were such a good listener
Getting to know each other so well
You had so many things to say so interesting
Your arms were around me the clock struck again this time 3 rings time had flown
It felt so good when you squeezed my breast I wanted you so bad

Me
Softly I caressed you slowly we came together
You were like the waves of the sea flowing over me
Nothing was rushed you knew how to hold me
I could feel what you wanted and slowly we undressed each other
It was like opening some magical present as I removed you clothing

You
You were so gentle my head was spinning with excitement
I could smell you taste you it was making me so hot
You took your time you did not rush so experienced
Knowing how to make me yours making me want more
Slowly we removed each others clothes

Me
As we were naked the passion of our lust took hold
The tranquil sea of our bodies was now becoming a storm
The heat from you felt like lightening flashing across my skin
Your very touch was an electric form burning me with desire
The union of two forces of lust of heat of desire

You
Both naked now exploring each others body
In that instance I new we two should join as one
Your body felt so hot in the night breeze
As you lay across me then covering me like some wonderful quilt
There was a power a surge when you entered me feeling like none before

Me
I could not believe how long you held me there on the brink
You were like a vampire sucking the essence out of my body
This must not stop we will stay like this for eternity
You gave me experiences I had never felt before
A Furness of lust and passion

You
Time past so slow as if the entire world had gone in to slow motion
You stimulated my body to new heights of lust
I did not want this to end I will not let it end
Making you wait for your final relief the ultimate experience
The heat between us was if the sun were beating down

Me
The church bell now struck six times
Had we been in the throws of passion all night
How many time had we both reached fulfillment I don’t know
Our bodies now covered in perspiration
Both now laying in each others arms naked watching the rising sun

You
That bell again six this time had we been so entwined for so long
Never had I achieved so many ecstatic climaxes
We lay now our bodies wet yet not cold
You held me tight in your arms safe and secure
We lay there watching the best sun rise ever


Comments about Walking In The Sand by Dennis Walker

  • (6/15/2007 3:55:00 PM)

    ... timelessly Beautiful! ! ! (Report) Reply

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  • (6/15/2007 3:27:00 PM)

    so sweet! Your poem is very Romantic (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011


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