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I can't help but to be exhilarated by my senses, all my senses. The smells, the tastes, how things look, how they feel and how they sound, through all I experience in this journey through life and death. Most exhilarating is how my senses interact and react when in contact with another person.

My poem, "Her Skin" captures that essence, the essence of physical contact between two people.

Her Skin

Her skin, I love to touch,
I love to touch her skin.
Soft, succulent, delicious skin
on legs, belly, breasts, her folds.
I love to touch her skin.
Our mouths,
with gentle suction, pulling and drawing,
Our tongues,
entwined in rhythmical dance,
sliding, swirling, simulated movements when united.
Thick protrusion enters her skin,
Her skin,
I love to touch.
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9 Visitor Comments

just wow, this is gr8 n i love the description of 'kissin'. also wkd name ;)
sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeett and sweeett
this ppoem is so sweet, i really like it
this poem is very sexy and erotic.
i love to touch my girlfriends skin, and you have described that in the best possible way. thanx
dylan wow thank u
I thought it was great
To the point!
lovely and erotic

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