Unraveling the last thread of decency in me,
You went on and kissed me -
In places I had never been kissed before.
Every corner, every inch,
Your touch as soft as satin silk.
Ripping off my insecurities,
Undressing my soul,
You touched me more and more -
More in just the right places,
Until my restlessness was beyond limits.
With gentle moans,
My legs adrift,
Inviting your delicate lips.
You tasted me like a bee sucks honey,
Oh, it felt so good, trust me.
Your slender fingers crawled into my treasure box,
Leaving my legs impatient,
And my mind ecstatic.
And then you climbed up and kissed my red lips,
One hand between my legs, the other smothering my curves.
While you stirred me up,
I closed my eyes to the sound of rain,
And your heavy warm breaths on my neck.
I gripped the sheets and trembled again,
As you made love to me recklessly,
And made me scream.
My soul entangled with yours,
With one last soft kiss before we fell asleep.