by Kylyssa Shay

Rapture, kissing
Inhalations hissing
Jiggling, wiggling
Helplessly giggling

Bumping, grinding
Partially unwinding
Turning, churning
Silently yearning

Lewd lingering
Skillfully fingering
Nipping, stripping
Lustfully gripping

Bodies tingling
Playfully mingling
Squeezing, pleasing
Joyfully teasing

Tickling, licking
Vigorously dicking
Lusting, trusting
Ardently thrusting

Horny, soaking
Licentiously stroking
Bucking, sucking
Avidly fucking

Spent, content -

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Ha, how nice. Now I'm horny again!
That was excellent! Now I need a cigarette.
This poem is pretty cool, and it speaks to your talent KS. When I read "Grind" it reminded me of a poem by Robert Burns(1759-1796) called "Cock up your Beaver." The poem has absolutely nothing to do with sex but is a reminder of how language changes over time.

Cock Up Your Beaver

By Robert Burns, 1791

When first my brave Johnnie lad
Came to this town,
He had a blue bonnet
That wanted the crown;
But now he has gotten
A hat and a feather, -
Hey, brave Johnnie lad,
Cock up your beaver!

Cock up your beaver,
And cock it fu' sprush,
We'll over the border
and gie them a brush;
There's somebody there
We'll teach better behaviour -
Hey, brave Johnnie lad,
Cock up your beaver!

And then there was a Scottish band, Belle and Sebastian, who turned this poem into a pop song. You can listen at the link provided below.
I see what you mean. I'm surprised I never read it. It's also weird how I always kind of thought of Robert Burns as an old guy but looking at his born and died - he never got a chance to be an old guy. I probably thought of him that way because my old high school biology teacher was the person who introduced me to Burns and I somehow I associated him with Mr. Johnson, an old guy I was very fond of.




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