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    dots Submission Name: Within A Flickerdots
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    dotsWithin A Flickerdots
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    Run your fingers
    through the sensual side of me

    and

    within the flicker
    of a candle's shadow
    we'll see just what starts to rise.


    Wrap yourself
    around each curve of my sexuality

    then

    within the glisten
    of our dripping rain
    we'll feel the rush of going down.




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      Run your fingers
    through the sensual side of me

    and

    within the flicker
    of a candle's shadow
    we'll see just what starts to rise


    Beginnings of seduction and/or love making, intimate and personal...private parts of me I'm letting you explore. In the romantic sense, within the flicker of candles, our shadows rising as our arousal.


    Wrap yourself
    around each curve of my sexuality

    then

    within the glisten
    of our dripping rain
    we'll feel the rush of going down.

    I'm thinking that this is possible like a man when he enters a woman's...uh, warm and inviting cavern, or a woman as he gropes and tastes and explores her body.

    And then the last three lines, obviously the high of an orgasm, it's simple yet complex beauty.

    Good read.

    | Posted on 2006-11-14 00:00:00 | by Twisted | [ Reply to This ]
      oh yeah we are def talking BlowJobs here-I can appreciate some good head when it's needed and believe me sometimes there is nothing like a good Bj, done the right way--so you decided to make the first popem you posted here a poem about a blow job-------?





    nice, I can dig it--and why not really?--good descriptions
    except --"through the sensual side of me"?
    why is it through--but it's all good I am just curious as to why "through" ? Wouldnt it be more like down or around or up and down and around---lol?
    anyway nice I liked it alot.
    Lt
    | Posted on 2006-10-19 00:00:00 | by LameMansTerms | [ Reply to This ]
      Woooooooooow....omg...instant image in my head, wow. Okay I don't like being explicit but I'm sort of shy to say it ...I'm not used to explaining things this way. Also it may be embarassing because what happens if I'm wrong...gah, I will try!

    Okay this seemed to be like oral sex.

    "Run your fingers
    through the sensual side of me

    and

    within the flicker
    of a candle's shadow
    we'll see just what starts to rise."


    Alright, well when a man..is aroused...usually by touch, (sensual side of me), his genital will rise due to the intense blood flow that runs through it...almost like how a candle flickers and sways about.


    "Wrap yourself
    around each curve of my sexuality

    then

    within the dripping
    of our glistened rain
    we'll feel rush of going down."

    Now if she does the job right lol, (wrapping...sexuality) the finale comes: the beauty of the orgasm, flowing like "glistening rain"...

    Ah beautiful..
    Please let me know if I'm right because that's embarassing if I am so off lol...

    ~darkrose16

    PS If I am right, then you're added to my favs lol

    | Posted on 2006-10-15 00:00:00 | by darkrose16 | [ Reply to This ]


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