In The Beginning

by Linda   Feb 15, 2020

The mystery is overwhelming,
The way she sways her hips,
Her brazen glance is enchanting,
His eyes caress her lips.

Her hair is dark and curly,
Her brows are strong and neat,
Her arms are sweet but burly,
He wants to fall at her feet.

He sees a hint of thighs,
He crumbles at the sight,
He wonders what it feels like,
She craves for that delight.

Her mind is hard to read,
Her thoughts she hides them well,
Her heart she covers tightly,
He wants to breathe her smell.

He goes ahead and speaks to her,
He tells her what he felt,
He draws her in for kisses,
She feels like she will melt.


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