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Thunder Cried Out

Poetry By: A Stranger

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Submitted:Jan 29, 2007    Reads: 375    Comments: 5    Likes: 0   

Knees buckle

At the embrace

Of jade pools

Silk drawn across

Delicate shoulders

Traces a backs silhouette

Caressing hips

Before gentle free fall

Deep breath, gorges scent

Skin is pitted with excitment

Extending hand, tickles lower back

As mouth tastes desire

Fingertips trace ecstasy

As tempest builds

Soft moan, gutteral sigh

Jaw line to neck

Neck to shoulders

Shoulders to crest of breast

Tongue dances with nipple

As fingertips message hips

Further into this wild


Sensing, smelling, tasting

All and nothing

Deliberate track through valley

Wet drag of tongue tip

Across flat silken plain

Nail drag enticing

From buttock to hamstring

Olfactory organ brushing bikini line

As eyelashes flirt with navel

Down, down,... transcending to ecstasy

Nibble of thigh, probbing womanhood

Windstorm, hot , laboured

As mouth and hips Meringue


Rain explodes as Thunder cries out

Baptising a parched land


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