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A Mere Kiss

With eyes full of discern, the coalescian of his lips to mine, he craved; a dialogue in which he was welcome         
 For the sweet entreaty of his lips was no persuasion needed;  hopeful for more was my entirity                                                    
In the mere partaking of his lips and tongue;  my soul sweetly sighed as his embrace prevailed of my flesh                      
 Beneath him; I lay as our mouths weld as one and interlaced, our tongues contend   Stolen is my breath and in that moment; deaf and dumb to all else but him                
 By his whispered request; my            
body succumbs - hungry are my sounds       In the mere taste of his kiss and warm embrace; far more than my lips alone were then his
Written by PandoraUnleashed
Published | Edited 9th Mar 2019
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