Coffee Liqeur Kiss

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
the lingering taste of someone is sometimes greater than the sum of your past with them

Submitted: May 27, 2008

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Inhale you - the musky smell of a man at play

the soft hint of want as you sip

swirling around with those little kisses on my ears

you are like water to my thirsty body

quenching, bathing, stirring, bubbling, gushing

out of your mouth peaks your tongue

and i want it and you and all of this

urgent and playful you nip, you suck

you bite me on my neck, humming

your satisfaction

want you so, i try to return

but this is your thing

you push me down with the deepest of kisses

i cannot breathe, i am afraid to think

you taste like wine, like fire, like syrup

you slip into my senses and flood me

holding my lip in your teeth

then you soothe and you shush

and i beg and i ache

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