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Clitoral bell chimes; Master's tongue pleasuring me; In Haiku style verse.


Haiku is a Japanese poetic form dating from the 16 th Century. It was adopted by some Anglo-American poets in the mid 19 th Century and gained a level of poetic popularity with the advent of modernism in the 1 st two decades of the 20 th Century.

In its Anglicised form a Haiku Poem consists of three lines of five, seven and five syllables. I have written a series of Haiku Verses to convey a brief tale.

Thank you for reading. I hope it doesn’t prove too disappointing.

Arms crossed behind
Heeled feet spread shoulder wide
Available me

Creamy spread thighs part
Moist humid urgent desire
Stiff nub pulsating

Smooth pink inviting
Flower petals swollen wet
Arousal beads hang

Tongue exploring flesh
Saliva trails, throbbing skin
Synapses shiver

Clitoris aflame
Trapped between cruel pincers
Bell tinkles joyous

Dangling bell swatted
Clacker tinkling as I cum
Sensation burning

Poor suffering me
Abused delightfully
For Master’s pleasure

Soft tongue extended
Such a delicate teasing
Sodden wet pussy

Douse the scorching flames
Erect clit, saliva cool
Swirling, flicking tongue

Breath lost in dry throat
Squeezed eyeballs, blinded sight
Breasts heave for release

Please Master please
Please may I cum Master please
Wait obedient

Spiralling desire
Sensation overloading
Thighs quiver, knees fail

Hanging bell soaked
Pulsating pussy awash
Tongue flicks one more time

Permission granted
Glorious wondrous release
Super Nova white

Arms encircling me
Racing heart, hot flushed face
His loving embrace

I have been Cum Girl
This is Haiku poetry
Harder than it looks

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