Awakening Goddess (Part 1)

Poem By Alison Smith

The goddess has been awakened
Once again the body and soul must be fed
For so long her desires have been buried
Was there one who could uncover them?

Would her god be able to see her desires?
Could her prone figure entice him?
She sent out her message to him
A picture to paint her desires.

To once again be the power she once was
Her passions and desires must be fulfilled
No mere mortal could last the ordeal
When the union of ecstasy runs riot.

At last the goddess stands before her god
As foreseen the sight of her ignites him
Thoughts of hours of passion erupts within
He knows he needs no other.

She has brought him to a grove beside a stream
Her body aglow with her need
Her touch upon his skin electric
Neither could stop this now.

Comments about Awakening Goddess (Part 1)

Stirring stuff.
excellent fantasy prose. very interested in part 2...
...seems you've let the genie out of the bottle Allie, keenly awaiting what follows
Alison... There is so much passion in this poem, you can feel it in every word Alison, i can`t wait for part two... sounds like the goddess has found love again and how...10
Etheral writing, could paint the pictures easily, like a film clip Great work here Love duncan X

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