Read Poem: Night Wind, by Donna Maria Woods

Tender flesh scented with musk, reclining, inviting succulent busts.
A fluid dance of complete abandon,
exploring deep passions with total trust.
Planting moist kisses on a body in surrender,
eyes open and close absorbing lustful splendor.
A heartbeat, sigh, moonlight suspended in night sky.

Hungry hands excavating caramel-colored thighs
trembling with nervous delight.
Two beings consumed with primal fire,
melting glacier valleys and igniting hidden desires.
She is like me flowing, meandering through forgotten emotions.
The night winds bring on these dreams of long denied devotions
new fantasies maintain memories of gentle love
crushed, cast into the ocean’s coral bottom.

By: Donna Maria Woods
Genre: Romantic, Sexual

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