An Experience

Poem By Rachana McPherson

Entering a whole new world of pleasure,
Adrenalin racing through your veins as you comes closer to that intense sensual breakpoint.
Two naked bodies, all sweaty, all electrified by their individual aromas, transporting them to a whole new rule free universe.

Going deeper into the narrow tunnel of life,
A moan from her builds his ego, sending a feeling of a job being done right, and pacing sighs from him lets her know that this is pleasing.
Quickly the positions change, toes curling to the point of a muscle contract.
Legs on his shoulders, his arms bracing that area of her back just above her round ass. This feels glorious

Then comes the moment, that sensual breakpoint,
Biting his lower lip, eyes half shut, and muscles all tense while enjoying the feeling. Her stomach turning, nerves at her hair end, as she reaches up and embraces him. This is truly a gift to mankind.
Copyright 2007 ©

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totally, intensely and arousingly sexy


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