Another Glimpse

Another Glimpse

A Poem by James Mayfield

Oh but what a perfect sight

Legs, long and shapely

Draped in sheer black silk

The creamy thighs erupting from their silken prison

Soft and smooth as polished ivory

They slide and slither

Giving tense glimpses of where they meet

Mere slivers of sight

Enough to send the blood rushing to my ears

Singing through my veins

Another glimpse

Musk floats on the air

A strong and heady brew of desire

My mouth runs dry

My tongue yearning to wet itself

To drown in the depths of her damp darkness

Another glimpse

My heart beats wildly

Her back arches

A moan escapes

I want, no I must, go to her

Another glimpse as she rises

An alabaster beauty in red and black

I want to reach out yet I cannont move

My heart is pounding now

An almost painful cadence

She pulls me closer

Her lips to mine

A fire in her eyes

My breath she takes

My soul she tastes

As I fall one last time

Such sweet release.

© 2008 James Mayfield

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I love how you have described this fiery woman and she does things too quick she can't stop. A lovely piece I look forward to more of your writing

Posted 11 Years Ago

This was a truly stunning piece! I loved it. So descriptive and beautiful, these words and thoughts. You are very talented. Thanks for sharing this wonderful poem.

Posted 12 Years Ago

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Added on October 8, 2008


James Mayfield
James Mayfield

Clarksville, TN

I am tired of the usual drivel that I have here. Yes, I was writing in High School. I was apparently doing a decent job as I was sent to a workshop hosted by Brescia College. Most of my works from .. more..