Wholesome Lust – A Poem

Wholesome Lust
Let’s make it healthy.
Smother me in kisses.
Let me rub your back
with eucalyptus oil.
You go on now,
Go on now
and lick that vanilla
from behind my ear.
I’ll suck a dark
cocoa square
from your palm.
Then we’ll go to bed,
make love,
and eat chocolate cake.
Snap it quick!
It’s a moment.


About Ellespeth

I'm a poet. Sometimes I write stories and other nonsense. Ellespeth

2 comments on “Wholesome Lust – A Poem

  1. This made me think of smores and wedding nights:) or I could be missing chocolate and a certain Englishman. Either way it was a guilty pleasure. 🙂

    • 😛 I think this was the day you and Julien posted your hot love poems! Several of us were inspired by your work.
      Thanks for commenting on my work…ahhh yes. Chocolate and Engishmen – I have those weaknesses myself!

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