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Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Assignation by a provocative word

Virtual Encounter

Like an amateur
website porn queen
she phished the blog
on a dark stream of lust and desire
got hooked by a verse
she could not ignore,
gently it touched
her curiosity,
it felt warm on her tongue,
she took the words
deep in her throat.

Feeling them explode
inside her
made her juices flow.
Needing more,
she waited for a
a deep metaphor
to places she had
never felt before . . .

She lost control, feelings
swept over her
shaking her
with wave after wave
She whimpered off
to sleep
dreaming of the fingers
that caressed the keys,
lit up her mind,
took her,
shredded her virtual modesty,
turned her over,
touched her again
and again
and again
left her helpless
and warm
for days.


Blogger ozymandiaz said...

Wow, I certainly wish some one would ... umm ... enjoy my poetry that way.

3:02 PM  

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