The huntress

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
I thought I would throw a poem out there, I was in the mood. Just a quick one about a huntress and her prey.

Submitted: February 05, 2017

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Submitted: February 05, 2017



We frolicked and tangled our bodies as we lay, 

Intense eyes flickering, embers burned, I prepared come what may.
Your body rose to mine, our hips interlocked,
Time seemed to stand still, silence, no tick, no tock.
For our souls had been introduced and words of eternity were uttered,
The warmth of your breast to my skin, sweet nothings you muttered.
I felt you close in around me and take all of what I had to offer,
The pleasure grew harder as the candle lights grew softer.
The searing heat between your thighs you so gladly presented to me,
Positions of ecstasy performed, forcing me down on bended knee.
Your legs grasped hold and your eyes glazed on its prey,
The predator in you, basic instinct, you released with not a moments delay.
For now I only noticed I was but a game in your play of pleasure,
You had stalked and claimed, I could not stand up to your measure.
I was convinced our souls were that one of a kind,
But I was your jester, tricked, you just played with my mind.

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