Rivulet

Rivulet

A Poem by Aurora

Ovulating
And my passion
Can't contain
Itself in my panties
My G-string may snap
If I try to clench
My kegels
Any longer

I try and concentrate
In the board-room
Hoping that guy
Would take me
Against the desk

I purse my inner thigh
Over my mound
Tighter and tighter
Until I feel
A sweet release
Gushing down my lips
Making a sweeter
Rivulet down my thighs

Dang! My short skirt!
As he licked his lips.

© 2019 Aurora


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This kind of reminds me of when I was young and had to wear long shirts to keep people from seeing my hard-on when a girl friend was teasing me. That feeling we get is like trying to hold a train back.

Nice poem, A.

Posted 3 Days Ago


Aurora

2 Days Ago

How old must you be now?
fantasies then, fantasies now...all of the almost times...
ah, and then he knew what he missed because he just hesitated...and those as they say who hesitate are lost.
j.

Posted 5 Days Ago


Aurora

5 Days Ago

True, true, so true that.

you certainly have a way with words.. when's the next meeting & can I take notes...... thoroughly enjoyed my friend...

Neville

Posted 6 Days Ago


Neville Pettitt

6 Days Ago

you have a very refreshing attitude and style my friend... and I like it... :)
Aurora

6 Days Ago

Haha, thanks.
Neville Pettitt

6 Days Ago

you are much more than welcome :)
Very sexy and enticing. Powerful words and imagery. Not for the faint hearted.

Posted 6 Days Ago


Aurora

6 Days Ago

So glad you endorse my cover note.
Sami Khalil

6 Days Ago

You are welcome.
Where were you forty years ago?

Posted 1 Week Ago


Aurora

1 Week Ago

Why? What happened 40 years ago?

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