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Dreams of flawless cadence

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Dreams of flawless cadence

I gently massaged her shoulders moving surely
up and down the nape of her neck
she flinched, as my hands moved passionately
down to her lower back
and as my fingers tickled, she moaned a 
whimpering moan and I gently caress her 

As I worked my way up her back, my fingers
tenderly perusing the sides of her breast
I kissed her bare neck leaving a wet trail as 
I nibbled on her ears

I plucked her lips with my own, and I let my
tongue teased her open mouth, then gently
held her breast flushed by the now rising 

As I kissed the black lace covering the firmness
of her full luscious breast a trail of wetness
followed, and I gently caressed her now 
protruding nipples with my moist lips, 
she sighed quietly as the passion continued
its arousal of her know pulsating desire

As the moonlight glistened though the open
window she climbed her nakedness on mine
kissing my belly, her tongue making wet circles
as the juices of her mouth mingled with my
now seeping liquor

As I tickled her belly button with my eager
tongue and worked my way into her silky wet
tresses, I nibbled on her dripping inner thighs
letting the juices of my mouth blend with the 
liquid of her now full pudenda

As the stimulation intensifies I enter the warmth
of her wetness and we became one in flawless 
and as the passion escapes the boundaries 
of heavenly fervor her face glows blissfully 

And as we are engrossed in this moment of 
absolute nirvana 
We glow in the wake of the streaming moonlight 

Earl S. Jackson
Oct 2006

Copyright © 2006 Earl S. Jackson, all rights reserved.

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