The Earth moved


The Earth moved.
Sharon Maria Moemise

Devour me with your hungry sight
Drink in my damp and lusty plight
I fill my lips with the hardness of you
Quenching my thirst from your musky brew

Every inch of my writhing body you sear
With your tongue, it's too much to bear
Your deftly fingers touching, stroking my core
Making me moan, cry out and beg for more

As I float on a cloud of dark heady sensation
My every inch delighting in deep dark fornication
You pierce my centre with your hungry hardness
My quivering core accepting, leaving me breathless

Assaulting my body with deep, yet gentle thrusts
Making me loose myself, your control over me, unjust
As my gasping breath quickens, your deep thrusts gain urgency
I wander from my soul, clinging for dear life to your strong body

Oh yes, I quench my thirst from your sweet musky brew
While you feed your hunger from my overflowing pot of honeydew
As you skillfully manhandle my body in every delicious way
I quiver and shiver in an explosive climax that turns night into day


  • Author: SharonMoemise (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 26th, 2017 03:46
  • Category: Erotic
  • Views: 45
  • User favorite of this poem: Accidental Poet.
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    BEAUTIUFUL SHARON ~ I can empathise with every word and every sensation in this awesome LOVE POEM. When ANGELA & I make LOVE ~ every sense ~ Sight ~ Scent ~ Savour and Sound is employed and enhanced and satisfied. If there is not mutual abandonment and Mutual satisfaction IT ISN'T LOVE ! Thanks for caring and sharing ! O I loved the STRUCTURE of the POEM as well as the SUBJECT !!! Yours BRIAN

    • SharonMoemise

      Hello Brian. Long time no chatting. I'm glad you enjoyed the poem. Thank you for your wonderful comment. I wish you all the best.

    • Accidental Poet

      A very moving write this is Sharon. Well done.

      • SharonMoemise

        Thank you, from the bottom of my heart

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