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His kiss. His kiss His kiss sets my body on fire.
Just one kiss from his lips and I'm struck with lust and desire.
His kiss so passionate and sweet, his lips gentle and tender.
I am submissive to him I let my body surrender.
He takes me.
Fills my body with his pleasuring sins.
I beg him to stop no I don't want this to end.
I beg him for more not really knowing what he has in stored.
I have taken lovers before but they all left me bored.
So yes, I give in.
While he pleasures my pain.
I start pleading insane.
Groaning and moaning while yelling his name.
I mean I have no control over this attraction, like a moth to a flame.
I mean I'm needing him like I need the blood in my veins.
I'm in too deep with this man with only me to blame.
And by the end of it all I'm relieved that I came.
Because his kiss ,his lips, and his pleasure touches my darkest, deepest, and wettest desire. That's why I'm here wanting no needing HIM in dire.


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This poem is about a woman/Mam finding the one person she/he cant live without.

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Written on July 07, 2020

Submitted by bernadettemiller22 on October 10, 2021

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