Friday, August 19, 2011

A Poem

I'm no poet (which I've said on more than one occasion) and I am always amazed when someone whips up a good one. I can sit for hours straining and sweating only to come up with some kindergarten rhyme :) When I was (am) writing Untitled there needed to be poems included as the main character has more talents in that department than I do. I relied on several people to come up with the poems for me and one of them was my friend Ben. 

He just wrote one that I really like about a subject that is...um...somewhat taboo. Mhmmmm...I don't think this one is going into the story, but I'm certainly keeping it.

oh how she wanted it
the rush of blood
the shortness of breath
was all she needed to know
it was to be hers
 
there was apprehension
always ways
to take the plunge
to breach the barrier
but such delight to follow
 
she wanted it
to clench the sheets
to bite the pillow
to moan in glory
 
oh how she wanted it
the rush of blood
the shortness of breath
was all she needed to know
it was to be hers
again and again
 
-Ben-

15 comments:

  1. Since I wanted it, can I have it?
    Do you promise to be gentle? Very very nice Ben.

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  2. I knowwwwwww! When I read this poem I said, Hey Ben...can I have it? The poem, I mean! sigh...

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  3. there are multiple ways to approach it....all depend on the person

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  4. So, I immediately thought about anal when I read that. Just saying.... *blushes*

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  5. Okay, see my mind is dirty. Becuase im thinking the approachable ways are from behind, on top, on the bottom, against a wall, on the kitchen table, in a bed..... wow so many ways... Dang it Ben!!! arrrgghhh. lol

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  6. Well...I think the best way to approach said subject is for him to cover her with his body from behind as his lips capture her ear and he whispers, "Whose is this?"

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  7. Ben you do it very well.. Pep those words are THEE words! And the answer is said strong and sure to let him know that there is no doubt. That he possess heart, mind, body and soul.

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  8. low guttural moans also accepted. HAHAHA

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  9. Whew! It's getting hott in here! The thermostat says 72 degrees in Pittsburgh, but after reading that, I swear it's lying... I dig, Ben... I dig....

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  10. thanks for the positive words as this is my first foray into writing, so thanks again for the kind words. hopefully i'll be able to recreate such heat again.

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  11. Actually Ben has begun to post his poems to Literotica so if anyone wants to show him so love here is the link:

    http://www.literotica.com/stories/memberpage.php?uid=1220528&page=bio

    He had a perfect 5.0! But alas...somebody really voted low and knocked his score down low. I don't think the poem deserved that. It was really very hot!

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  12. two other poems have now been posted....

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