69

69

A Poem by Sara
"

a little spice?

"
69
she paints her nails cherry red and
sunday mornings i kiss her fingers
the color sparking on my lips
69
icy blond with divinity
she drinks champagne margaritas
early in the afternoon
her drunken smile sweet
like the wings of a dove
69
my own lipstick lesbian
prancing around in $500 manolos
maxing out her credit card
on cedar massages and lacy lingerie
69
late at night she kisses my tiny breasts
then moves
down 
down
down
distracting me from stephen king's latest
with her skillful lapping tongue
69
later i catch the scent of her hair
on my pillowcase
"citrus blast"
69
her bottle of glitter lotion lays
beside my toothbrush
and when she runs out
she steals my tampons
69
i call her "b***h"
and she calls me "c**t"
and then i suck her toes

© 2011 Sara


Author's Note

Sara
a minor companion piece to 'the sweetness'

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Its nice and raw. The imagery's also really lurid, which I like. Like much of your stuff, another cool piece.

Posted 8 Years Ago


Sara, this was fantastic... funny, cute, and loving...

Brilliant.
Antonio :)

Posted 8 Years Ago


Erotic without being pornographic. A tough muse to master. Bravo. Great job.

Posted 8 Years Ago


A polite and erotic poem. I like the set-up. A slow and easy pace filled with desire and passion. No weakness in this poem. Just a flow of statements leading to a very good ending. A excellent poem. Thank you.

Coyote

Posted 8 Years Ago



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Sara
Sara

Dallas, TX



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