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Poem – The Art of Sin December 31, 2014

Posted by vscorpiozine in 1990s, romantic poems, Veteran Poets.
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The Art of Sin

Sleek,
Impervious to judgement,
You move in
To pleasure me,
Uncannily knowledgeable
In the art of sin –
And you’re mine alone
With only my body to practice on.
Your hands ignite
Hidden molecules.
The fabric of your shirt
Underneath my nails,
So familiar
As I slide fingers
Against bare skin.
Lower,
Deeper,
Your tongue wanders,
The inferno permanent,
Sealing us into
A cocoon of
Immortal delight.

 

Copyright 1993, 2004 Jade Blackmore

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1. bzniditch - December 31, 2014

Jade, another poem with Sapphic graphic brilliance
BZ


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