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And should we dare to take the leap?

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And should we dare to take the leap?

Shall we go then you and I
Beneath the dark embittered sky,
Embracing dear the tempest cruel;
Proud upright Lear and timid Fool;
Mere stardust flung to shiver here
Captured on this celestial sphere;
Destiny but a weighted die,
Sanded time; grains slow trickling by?

Eyes twinkling at delicious sin
Mischievous mouth a wetted grin.

There is another tale to tell;
Of Peter Pan and Tinkerbell,
Of journeys to the morning light,
Eternal youth and futures bright,
Cold Cava sparkling in a glass,
Bare feet dancing through wet grass,
Heated bodies with smiling eyes,
Rampant cock, spread quivering thighs.

And should we dare to take the leap,
Become just one more sweating heap;
Sacrificing our me to us?

Roughened bricks raw rub skin
Nipples firm from cold air’s caress
Tottering on one too fine heel
Peach sundered
Drenched and dripping
Buttocks smashed mercilessly
Stiff worm plundering captivated me
Is this love or is this lust?
Panting, quaking, pouting, trapped
Pinned and skewered on his cock.

The coffee in the cup is cold;
Wrinkled fingers resigned, old.
Let’s give the spoon another stir
Around the dregs of a faded year
And peer into the sludged remains;
Wondering if we should dare
Allow the breeze to tease our hair,
Answer now loud clarions blare,
Step about the swirling drains,
That pull inexorably down
To where owned atoms kiss the ground.

Eyes sparkling at delicious sin
Mischievous mouth a knowing grin.

The Uffizi is long. The Uffizi is hot.
Golden immortals hanging from every wall;
Unseeing eyes balefully record
The footfalls of the invisible crowd;
Whispered voices a dying fall,
As if they make no sound at all.

Heated breath about my sex
Eyes staring unseeingly
Tendrils damp tease my face
Languid laps
Knowing fingers
Hips thrusting, body taut
Sweat sheened and glistening in the darkness
Is this love or is this lust?
Body pirouetting perfectly
About his dancing tongue.

Our feet do step upon the beach,
Freed toes do wriggle in the sand
And surf does play about my skin
As you hold me gently in your hand.
Wandering along the shore,
I turn to view our fine progress;
But we have left no mark at all

Others will sure follow us;
Will virgin beach proclaim their own,
Run fleetingly across the sand,
Our nervy steps to them unknown.

Eyes gleaming at delicious sin
Mischievous mouth a smirking grin.

Now shall we dare to take the leap,
Become just one more sweating heap;
Sacrificing our me to us?

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Comments(21)

curious3045
Posted 31 May 2013 10:32
MS Cumgirl another fantastic writing So hot!!

Liz
Posted 15 Apr 2013 09:40
Utterly superb! Wow!
mredd
Posted 09 Feb 2013 18:21
You are the best at poems on Lush all your poems move me
Mambo_King
Posted 03 Feb 2013 08:23
Hi CG, very artistic choice of words, highly imaginative and damn erotic. Knowing fingers and dancing tongue - nice. Chat soon!
Create a great day!
billybroadband
Posted 02 Feb 2013 16:18
this is an awesome poem.
beowulf69
Posted 30 Aug 2012 07:36
This is really great! Awesome!
PhilAnders
Posted 30 Aug 2012 02:51
Thanks for another winner, CG.
Makavelli
Posted 29 Aug 2012 03:17
Splendid
LauraLee_sugah
Posted 28 Aug 2012 18:59
you are always the best...
HK4167
Posted 27 Aug 2012 23:11
What a breathtaking piece! Beautiful, sensual and well expressed emotions...fantastic poem milady.

Buz
Posted 27 Aug 2012 19:43
Your words color the page. Gorgeous writing, always intriguing!
Ianthomas
Posted 27 Aug 2012 15:26
Nothing will come of nothing. So on that basis, the breeze must blow and the leap should be taken. But is anything really that literal? This feels like a real poetic tornado uprooting seemingly unliked things in her path. I think it works but I may be part of the wreckage left behind! I admire those who can nail this one down!
seemywowzza
Posted 27 Aug 2012 15:22
beautifully sensual

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Kal-El85
Posted 27 Aug 2012 14:47
Amazing work with your beautiful word-play...as usual, CG.
You're awesome!
Issaquah
Posted 27 Aug 2012 14:13
WOW! "Destiny but a weighted die" - you are an incredibly gifted writer. I love reading your stories and poems.

This is a very powerful glimpse into your thoughts. Thanks so much for trusting and sharing them with us.
vjlegbabe
Posted 27 Aug 2012 13:06
Hi I swear you were talking about us,
Love Victoria
nazhinaz
Posted 27 Aug 2012 10:29
your selection of words to convey your thoughts is simply amazing.
mischiefmaker
Posted 27 Aug 2012 10:16
Awesome Cumgirl, simply awesome!

playsit
Posted 27 Aug 2012 09:20
The repeated phrase "Eyes gleaming at delicious sin, mischievous mouth and a smirking grin" is a wonderful picture that rolls off the tongue with such ease. I read it twice, and both times I smiled at the rhythm and metre... you make it look so easy.
1ball
Posted 27 Aug 2012 09:19
I rarely read the poems, but you lured me in by having scoring turned off. Brava!
Coco
Posted 27 Aug 2012 08:27
Body pirouetting perfectly
About his dancing tongue.

These are my favorite lines in this poem, great work as usual.
 

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