Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Sigh, Breathe, Sigh


Distant thunder growls and rolls forth low from his chest.

Like a heavy saturated cloud, his thick breath hovers over her body unveiled in subjugation.

Moisture from his hot kisses pools behind one bent knee and along the inside of a jutted hip.

Searching and finding, he circles, traces, and flicks the taffrails of her vessel with his mouth's sweet rudder.

With a gentle force, his lips at her helm, he holds sway over her.

Pliant legs now fully parted, her breath hitches, she inhales on a hiss.

Each fleshy lash licks like lightening against her engorged bow.

Back and forth she swings as the moon pulls on her center.

He greets her crashing flows with soft collisions and he tenderly gives ground with each low ebb.

She hears not the waves crashing into the rocks

but rather the soft foamy spray of water flowing swiftly over sand

where footprints steal their first and their last breaths.

Her whispered pleas for mercy go unanswered,

but her yearning for release he meets at high crescendo.

Violent pleasure unloosed, her body spasms, shudders, and shivers.

His adoring head now rests upon the slick softness of her thigh.

And in the quiet night that is around them, he listens to her sigh, breathe, sigh.



24 comments:

  1. Wow Windy, this is awesome, and hot! You have such a wonderful talent for writing:)

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Thank you, Roz! You are so kind and I appreciate you reading and giving me feedback! Hugs! Windy

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  2. Beautiful, Windy, just beautiful.
    Rosie xx

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    1. Thank you, Rosie! I loved what your Harry wrote on PK's blog for FF. Hugs! Windy

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  3. Coming from an English teacher, the poem today is just lovely. Coming from a ttwd blogger, the poem today lit a fire in my soul.

    Wow Says Ella

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    1. Thanks so much, Ella, in both respects! I love hearing how this poem affected you! Hugs! Windy

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  4. Wow! Excuse me, Nick's at work. I'm going to run take a cold shower.

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    1. You may be excused, PK! I usually save the really hot stuff for YOUR blog. HA! Thanks for the laugh! Hugs! Windy

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  5. Windy,
    Your poem lives in two worlds............ both are real! The ttwd world and the real world! The lucky few see these worlds as one and your poem takes us there. Jack is right beside me, so I need to go now to discuss the merits of this well written poem. Great post!
    Meredith

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    1. Meredith,
      I feel like I live in 2 worlds! HA! I decided to write and post this one in blog land.....not something I want the family knowing I wrote this! I tried to make it classy and not vulgar though. Thanks for your feedback. Hope your discussion with Jack was a good one. Hugs! Windy

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  6. Poetry: writing that formulates a concentrated imaginative awareness of experience in language, chosen and arranged to create a specific emotional response through meaning, sound, and rhythm.
    I think you checked all the boxes with this one, Windy .... nj ... xx

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    1. Hi, NJ! I love that you posted the very definition of poetry.... you are a clever girl and a good kid! Thanks for your encouragement with my writing! Hugs! Windy

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    1. Thanks for your compliments, Terps. Thanks for reading! Hugs! Windy

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  8. This is absolutely lovely, talk about evoking feelings and emotion, you’ve don’t an excellent job here. :)

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    1. Aw,Laurel, thank you for your sweet words and for letting me know how this touched you. I appreciate it very much. Hugs! Windy

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  9. A excellent poem Windy. It was very visual and spirited....

    peace and love
    1ManView

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    1. Hey,thanks Poem Guy! I value your opinion! Regards, Windy

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  10. WOWSA, Windy! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 Nice job!

    ...and the reader went in search of her man.

    Many hugs for the poet,

    ❤️Katie xoxo

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    1. I hope you found your man in time to help you put out that fire, Katie! Thanks for reading my poem and letting me know how it made you feel. Hugs! Windy

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  11. Well then! Morning and I read this! Whew!
    Excellent poem! Quite visual and captures all the senses for me! :)

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    1. That will wake you up, huh, Minelle? Laughing! Thanks so much for your kind words about this piece of writing! Hugs! Windy

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