Below is the poem entitled The Velvet Gown which was written by poet
Tams The Golden Girl. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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~The Velvet Gown~
The fingertips so sensitive running down the velvet gown
Running it through the fingers sliding it slowly down
Stroking the cloth so soft to reach the softest of skin
Tingles running through my spine my breath I’m holding in.
A kiss so sensuous on lips warm, moist tongue exploring.
Delights the senses and the touch and now the blood is soaring.
Tingles through my body as the touch delights my soul
I am swimming in the kiss, but to devour it is my goal.
Heat rising fast; passion begins to glow
Grasping for something not sure of, makes my passion grow.
I reach for it and grasp its something now that is real.
It subsides leaving me shaking, my desire now to heal.
This all encompassing feeling leaves me drained and yet replete
Beginning with a gown of velvet, running fingers through so sweet.
© By: ~GG~ May 2012