Hoarse Pillow Talk

Hoarse Pillow Talk

A Poem by sinNsincerity

Let me know what your biggest fear is.
Let me hear what's in your spirit.
Is it insincere?
Then you dont have to let me know
what your biggest fear is.
We can chill.
Have a beer.
Listen here.
Gimmie there...
Your hand
and press it here.
Against my chest.
Do you hear?
My dear.
You used to be the biggest fear
that haunted my spirit.
And now you're here
laying beside me.
And I fear,
that it has been more than
several years since
I last had you here
lying beside me.
A beat not skipped, there's no talkin'.
Just straight to the unspoken kiss,
the soaken twitch,
the split of a chocolate twix.
Just holding onto the moment
like holding onto your thick waist
that'll only be my death.
Dont speak to me.
Just keep playing,
and playing,
and playing me.
We made the house itch.
So enticing, hot and spicy.
You got my mind movin',
rather yet, hips are groovin'.
Not too quick love, they way
you bounce makes the house itch.
But I said that already and it's
too hot to get down.
I'm too hot to get down.
Now you have to get down
before we both get ill and
slip into the groove love.
Oh lord, I just want to slip right
into your noose.
Slip into your snooze.
A bed full of wolves.
But I'm back for seconds.
And reminiscing over these past seconds,
has me panting and grasping
for your everlasting blessings and embers.
I give up.
I surrender.
This is me lonely in late December.

© 2019 sinNsincerity

Author's Note

Love is my poison ivy. Can't help but touch it. No matter how it makes me feel.

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This is both beautiful and hauntingly somber. I think we all become reminiscent of the past in late December because we're remembering everything the past year has done to us, given us, taken away from us. Missing someone you love while keeping them beside you in the only way they'll be with you is a sad but very real thing that I can relate to.
Well done.

Posted 2 Years Ago

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2 Years Ago

Thank you for thinking so Lexi. It was reminiscent in the sense that a lover from my past recently c.. read more


Full if passion! Makes you able to visualize the details and know the setting very well.

Posted 10 Months Ago

Your rhym scheme is very apperant. I love how easy it was to read the flow of the poem. Nice job on the visual picture painted.......

Posted 1 Year Ago

Wow very engaging. Loved it

Posted 1 Year Ago

This is so raw and...earnest. A feeling everyone knows too well, to wish for something wonderful that once was, and then find yourself alone. Very moving

Posted 1 Year Ago

this is very beautiful and deep

Posted 1 Year Ago

Great work here--I can tell this is a deeply inspired and emotional piece. I love the title, I love the use of words and their sounds throughout, and the last six lines, already fabulously emotional, are elevated even higher by your really clever rhyming. Thank you for sharing!

Posted 1 Year Ago

So lovely, so rhythmic- so understood. That is why writing is beautiful- I thank you for sharing this with us!
100 points to Gryffindor

Posted 1 Year Ago

Haunting and deep
Beautifully done

Posted 1 Year Ago

sounds very intense. The relationship they both have. A toxic one, no doubt, but is any addiction ever non toxic? This was a good read. Good work!

Posted 2 Years Ago

Strange thing pillow talk. It used to be you'd light two cigarettes, pass one over and slowly inhale life.
Now we're all health freaks, and pillow talk is down the gym.
Now, if she would walk back into my life, I'm sure I could find that lighter.

Posted 2 Years Ago

Paul Bell

2 Years Ago

Knew there were more of us still kicking around

2 Years Ago

That's why the title has the word Hoarse in it.
Paul Bell

2 Years Ago

Just assumed that was the action. lol

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Added on January 8, 2019
Last Updated on January 8, 2019



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