Banana on the Side – Erotica Theme

To continue where I left off yesterday…

Ah, I love your womanliness
and your patience all
these many weeks
of waiting wishing
getting to know
the sweetness
of your

Naught can match the tight wound wonder
Of slavering tension
Where we dance the tango
of anticipation
and wallow in the mad elation
of new found lust
breathless for
our first

But what I love is the singing of
your sighs and
as I pluck at your clothes
and you go down on your knees
and unbuckle my belt
and pull down my fly
and feast your eyes
it’s large and quite
Right there
on my underwear.

Your laughter
lights me

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17 comments on “Banana on the Side – Erotica Theme

  1. Ha… that is a witty end. 🙂

  2. Very funny!!

  3. Love the funny ending. What’s the poetry style you used? Or is it just spur of the moment?

  4. Good ending. That’s sort of like having Sponge Bob shorts. Hard not to laugh,

  5. Deliciously, wickedly funny 🙂

  6. Reblogged this on lindaghill and commented:

    Here’s the follow-up to my first Erotica Week entry. It’s fun! Come on and submit!

  7. Food works for me …enjoyed reading this:)

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