summer's passion

summer's passion

A Poem by lori c

it was just one of those nights...


a sultry summer's evening sunset
lit the horizon 
with shades of purple and red
as we rendez-voused on the street corner.

tenderly, my hands cupped her,
exquisitely gowned she was in cherry red silkiness.

lusty impatience bullied my plan of self-control ;
my teeth hungrily tore away her crimson gown~
her cool whiteness soothed the passionate heat of my lips.

my eager tongue caressed the creaminess of her every curve
from her wide bottom to her luscious stiff peaks.

with a raspy inhale, i drew her in, suckled her,
released her with a satisfied sigh.

up - down - all around her malleable form
i savored her delicate sweetness.

appetite sated, i licked her stickiness from my fingers

and tossed her aside, 
without thought or care.

westward i walked,
melding into the indigo shadows lengthening along the roadside.
a cheshire -cat smile stretched my face.

the memory of our liason would invade my dreams tonight.

perhaps tomorrow
when the sun hugged the horizon
and the orange-n-pink neons flashed 'ice cream'

i would return
to stand, gaze and ponder :

chocolate sprinkles
cherry dip ?

© 2015 lori c

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Added on June 25, 2015
Last Updated on June 25, 2015


lori c
lori c

schenectady, NY

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