poetry

Twisted Word Play

 

Flirty a little dirty,
syncing in words,
Sinking into the explicit
quenching,
of a thirsty​ desires, urge.
In the trenches,
of sentences,
left traveling too rub a smile,
to encourage,
too penetrate, 6d1e774db5bb892cf5f2683e17646229
a slippery paradise, for miles.
Totally fascinated by engorged
aand protruding growth,
tightly gripping,
clenching,
with conviction,
alleviating an ache
of a stiffened curve inching, close
Strokes of passion’s satisfaction,
as introductive lips ,
met,
hardened steel,
right before,
it meets
soak and wet.
Aroused are Tollhouse morsel-nips,
causing rapid breaths,
as air hits, exposing the tongues tease and
Moisture turns on,
and never forgets​.
Heightened roamings of ending request.
Filling up tiny space,
without room to splurge,
arched back,
collective chills,
tingling every nerve.
Debut squirts against all will.
Pulsating, throbs taking it all in, stopping repeatedly,
before starting again.
A lingering daydream,
flees the scene,
before melting whispers,
start screaming.
The rush of enjoyment,
at a heightened​
roller coaster ride,
leaving a coconut pie, creamier.
As longer strokes become musical floats,
in the ego’s parade too
pridefully gloat.
Lips and tongues hungrily slide, over, under and inside,
as eyes seductively contemplate whether too stare or cry.
A flexing muscle singlehandedly dives in, too divide.
Licked lips,
roughly grabbed hips,
shift,
while the pearl’s hitting,
sitting pretty,
on top, the shaft’s electrifying, city.
As the crown keeps trying to wipe away the side grin, flexing, holding on, before going back in.
Twisted words play a climatic song, that drift harmoniously, in the wind.
While heaving chest suggest, erotic ears, take it, all in.

Erotic 18+ Mature Content Poetry
By Tamara Dorsey-Moore
Thinker on the Loose

 

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