rm_WickedFemale 62F
1163 posts
4/5/2006 3:22 pm

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4/7/2006 3:00 pm


Anticipation...the essence of passion
the very embodiment of sensation
the most sacred gift of all nature
through which fervent emotion flourishes
to touch...to gently sift across skin
to allow the strength of temptation to crease
and let the force be felt through tense heat
the flow of sweat..the overwhelming wetness
the rush of blood, electrifying every nerve
the melodic rhythm of each thrusting movement
swimming through the mood and through each other
pulsating against each other's lips
grabbing waists, pulling the source
the origin of satisfaction, toward the hunger
the desire...the hunger...the need to flood the other
with pleasure, playful pain, breathless arousal
the craving ever needing to devour
forgetting all sensations, lost in powerful lust
mouths open, a curious tongue ventures
across his lips, his neck, his chest, his stomach
lower and lower...
reaching his muscle, quenching her thirst
the sensitivity sends out jolts of un tamable moans
his hands dipping down the curves of her thighs
the motions overflow across their trembling bodies
her want is his and with such gentle power
his movements ripple fiery adoration through her body
pushing, pulling, repetition overtakes
thrusting inward, regretfully letting go
slowly moving inward again, holding to savor
the quivering muscle being toyed with..beg for more
both holding on tighter..wanting only for it to last
the forces they both feel begin to show signs of eruption
the moans and waves of bursting liquids combine
filled the atmosphere and ambience's of darkness
the aura of lustrous satisfactions will forever
be hungered for.....

nontoxicmale 64M

4/6/2006 6:16 am

Sometimes I wonder whether actions do speak louder than words. Your words are so powerfully attractive drawing me ever deeper into desire. They express inner feelings that may only be guessed at without them.

peaches19555 61M

4/6/2006 3:15 pm

let me never come up for air, ever deeper in your warm sensuous pool..

very effective writing if you know what I mean (smile)

pulling the source
the origin of satisfaction, toward the hunger
(What a great line)

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