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One Stormy Night

This piece is totally ADULT-you have been warned read at your own discretion
It is also apart of my Heart's Passion collection

One Stormy Night:
Thunder sound all around the two moving figures,
 Lightning flashed, creating a strobe effect,
 Rain poured down onto them, their bodies to heated to feel the cold,
 They dance right there in the rain, and ancient dance of passion's heat,
 Strangers one to the other,
 Their eyes connected, heat flashed,
 Seconds is all it took, for him to have pinned to the wall,
 Neither aware of the storm that brewed on the outside,
 For the one that brewed within consumed them,
 Long, thick strokes, soft soothing caresses,
 Loud screams of pleasure, deep growls of fervor, filled the once silent night,
 Two cries echo simultaneously through the night, as the ardor burns low,
 A back arches, a leg slides up, a hand clinches a fist full of hair,
 A Growl sounds out ruff with delight,
 A hand slides down, rolling across a pebbled peak,
 Continuing south, around a clinched navel, to a smooth set of lips,
 To play with a pulsing bud that drools in excitement,
 A shriek crazed with ardor resonant in the dark,
 The two bodies a line, round two commences,
 The sounds that ricochet off the surrounding buildings climb intensely,
 A deep hard stroke culminates the sounds into howls of passion.
 In the dark of the night two strangers dance the dance of deep ardor,
 When the sun begins to peek in the night sky, a final round occurs,
 Before farewells are given, and they both go their own way,
 Forever to remember that night they danced in a storm of epic proportions.

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