Fay Slimm.

The Journey Continued.

 

 

 

The Journey Continued.

 

I fell for the catch that day and at last
thought I knew

how to vamp my way through

 
to his masculinity.

 

But the road to bewitchment dangles 

its glamour in stages and baits

with wily enticement.

 

I needed the skill of a siren  -- - so

might I will him to muster attraction 
by standing close and tumbling
wafts of fruity-fresh shampooed hair
into his aura to show

the guile of my female nubility ?

 

If I sat at his table would he respond 

to a casual unbuttoning of top and
the offer of cleavage ?

 

Why not engulf him with gusts of my
fresh minty-flavoured

hot breath ?

 

Or would pouty-lipped tease
blown into his visage be enough to

heat and charge up his libido.

 

But did I question too much to assess

what was to come next ?

(to be continued)

  • Author: Fay Slimm. (Offline Offline)
  • Published: August 29th, 2019 02:52
  • Comment from author about the poem: Another bit of fanciful fun - - hope you enjoy...........
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  • User favorite of this poem: ANGELA & BRIAN.

Comments8

  • Neville

    Do not dally, just get stuck in there gall ........ luverly..... N

    • Fay Slimm.

      Dally no longer I will - note the conclusion tomorrow my friend......... thanks a lot Nev.

    • orchidee

      Ooohh, good write Fay. I'm all of a swoon - I've had (read of) wenches and saucy milk-maids today already (from Neville's poem). Now I'm reading of sirens and libido.
      I tried to impress a gal with my breath, but I had been eating garlic! I not quite got the hang of this. lol.

      • Fay Slimm.

        Yes I guessed this would bring on one of your swoons dear Orchi - but good to know of your visit and read.

      • Suresh

        Exciting

        • Fay Slimm.

          Am delighted the read brought you excitement Suresh.

        • Christina8

          Ooh this is an enticing read..wonderful!

          • Fay Slimm.

            Ha - - - glad you enjoyed the way to enticement - well at least so far Christina - - hope tomorrow's conclusion meets your good approval................ x Fay

          • dusk arising

            So glad you spelled 'wily' correctly here.
            In the words of Joni Mitchell "If there's one rule to this game everybodies gonna name it's - be cool. If your heart is on the floor cos you just saw your lover walking thru the door with a new fool - be cool"

            Will she won't she? Does he, doesn't he. Will they, won't they? Look at what you have done to MPS..... our tongues are out.... waiting.

            MORE!!!

            • Fay Slimm.

              Ha ha - - well I didnt know you are all a such a thirsty lot for wily behaviour my friend. Hope the final look at what sensual tricks lead females into will whet your appetite a little bit further...........

            • ANGELA & BRIAN

              Good Evening FAY - Its nearly 7am (Friday) here and I just checking MPS. Glad you *continued* today ! Judging by the responses everyone was waiting ! In the 21st C it s in order for the Lady to be proactive !
              I love the thoughts of your heroine : Vamping - Enticement - Siren - Nubility - Cleavage - Hot Breath ~ Pouting etc etc ! We have so many weapons to use when Man only has TWO - His Checkbook & His Manhood ! How can we Girls ever fail ! More please !

              Blessings & much JOY
              Love ANGELA 🧡🧡🧡🧡🧡

              • Fay Slimm.

                Ha ha - you summed up the difference so well dear Angela - - good that you enjoyed the adventure so far - tale will be ended tomorrow..................... hugs xxxx Fay

              • Goldfinch60

                An intriguing write Fay we wait with baited breath (heavy breathing) for the denouement of this passionate tale of love.

              • Chris Yellow

                It is fantastic how we loose all wit and fall into such clever nature devices as our own lips, hips, cleavage... I don't think I allow myself to admit it, though.

                • Fay Slimm.

                  Ha - - this bit of fun went to readers' heads methinks - - penned with tongue in cheek style but glad it raised many smiles............ thanks for dropping in for this second helping Chris.



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