May I ~ Love, Sex and Poetry

May I ~ Love, Sex and Poetry
By: Linda A. Long

Don’t say a word
I don’t want
Anyone to hear us
Tune into
My heart
And you will
Hear me intuitively
You will hear
Me lick my
My lips
To taste the gloss
That glistens
Waiting for an invitation
Watch my mouth
Open just enough
For my tongue
To slide across my lips
To tell you
I want you
I want you
I never wanted
A man more
I want you
I want you
In my mouth
I say to you
As I press my
Finger against
Your lips
And slide
My hand down
Your chest
My eyes
Staring directly
Into yours
As I move close
To press my breasts
Against your chest
I ask you
May I?
May I kneel
In front of you today
And help you
Release the pressure
Of the day
May I
Offer myself to you
As a willing conspirator
A trusted friend
Sharing a mid-afternoon secret
Nurturing you
With a love
That’s grown with time
Don’t say a word
Just let me
Take you
Into my mouth
And don’t say a word
My love
Don’t say a word
(C) 2016 – Linda A. Long – All Rights Reserved

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Life Is Best When Lived Passionately

This poem was inspired by MBE looking super cute and getting me 🔥, my dirty erotic mind 😈☺️ and a bumper stick in front of me that said ” WANTED: You’re lips on my cock”. I couldn’t believe some dude drove around with that on his truck. Maybe it means something else but I only thought of one thing👍❤️😂💋