breathe, breathe that dark intoxicating scent

rest not until each drop of pleasure’s spent
but slow! you must deny her urging pleas
breathe, breathe that dark intoxicating scent

no matter how she begs do not relent
your purpose is to make her scream, ‘Oh please!’
rest not until each drop of pleasure’s spent

be languorous and tortures new invent
the game’s divine and blessed is the tease
breathe, breathe that dark intoxicating scent

whether tied to bed or over table bent
make sure her lips are reachable with ease
rest not until each drop of pleasure’s spent

it’s not a sin, there’s no need to repent
no finer honey’s made by worker bees
breathe, breathe that dark intoxicating scent

so be you loving lass or noble gent
show reverence and worship on your knees
rest not until each drop of pleasure’s spent
breathe, breathe that dark intoxicating scent

About Frank

A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.
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7 Responses to breathe, breathe that dark intoxicating scent

  1. So great… I mean… *smiles* I really like this

    • Frank says:

      Happy to make you happy… 🙂

      (I feel a little guilty about this poem, because in form it’s a conscious imitation of Dylan Thomas’s “Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”)

  2. BroadBlogs says:

    I hear that pretty much all writing is borrowing from other writing. I’m guessing this is still pretty different from Dylan Thomas’s work.

    • Frank says:

      It’s more the idea of taking such a powerful and sombre cadence and twisting it into something intimate and erotic… it’s disrespectful. But I have done worse.

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