A Taste

Poem By Claire Chambers

Tasting you
A child revelling in the sweet nectar of contact
I am stripped bare but still clothed
As you glimpse the flicker of a candle that I hide
It is not forbidden these kisses but pleasure no man can define
A thousand words
Conveyed in a single moment
Before long it is broken
And you leave me behind.

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Sweet nectar Indeed Claire, Great write.. Andy 10

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