Neville

Whereupon His Tongue Did Serve to Please

Whereupon His Tongue did Serve to Please

 

Of all those lips, this tongue

has probed

and subsequently pierced ..

There were

those of course, that truly

tasted sweet ..

Then, there were yours

indeed my love

that yet, still taste divine ..

Much more

like angels tears, he thought

and then, did

sip from them till drunk, time

upon time, again

 

 

  • Author: Neville (Offline Offline)
  • Published: August 1st, 2022 03:13
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Comments8

  • Doggerel Dave

    Aah! Cunnilingus at the right time in the right place can have it's own rewards....

    • Neville



      I'll have you know sir, this has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with any of our Irish friends or brethren ................................................ 🙂 Neville

    • L. B. Mek

      Brilliant!
      'of that nectar of life
      your ink, drips
      ...ever sweet'

      • Neville



        You are yet again, far too kind Mek ...........................Thank you kindly and true ........ Neville

      • Manny Jordan

        Beautiful piece

        • Neville



          How kind you are .. Many thanks indeed ............................. Neville

        • Fay Slimm.

          Your imagery is as brill. as ever.........x

          • Neville



            I simply can not, not thank you .. thank you dear lady Fay ........... x

          • Neil Higgins

            North Somerset cider.Now your talking Nev.Cheers 🥳

            • Neville


              Cheers Neil 🙂

            • MendedFences27

              The sweet taste of love, when found, lingers. A great expression of lasting love, of "angel tears" "drunk" across time. Some great images hinted at and some exposed. A treat for my cloudy afternoon. - Phil A.

              • Neville



                Hello Phil .. many thanks to you my friend .. I hope the sunshine's down on you tomorrow 🙂

              • Goldfinch60

                Super words Neville.

                Andy

                • Neville



                  Thank you sir Andy.
                  Neville 🙂

                • dean langmuir

                  good write,take care

                  • Neville



                    Thank you for checking in dean, & very much appreciated it most assuredly was sir .. Neville



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