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my first erotic poem (one for sue hess)
by Alexandre J Arnau

Thursday, April 21, 2005
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This is my first stab at erotica. Please, be kind.









under a rough
and tattered
patchwork quilt
you waited

the smell of
cinnamon
exhaust
and pure
fallen
woman
hits my nose
like a two ton
heavy thing

in the dimness
you lay
in that sweet and
hazy state
between dreams
and weary wakefullness

exhaust smell fading
and your scent rising
like gabriel's finger
through egypt
and there is no blood
on your doorway

it draws me near
and you smile
in knowing
dreaminess
and i see
that one game had
finished
and another
begins

the slickness
on your tools
leave a trail
for me to follow
and i smile
for your
preparations

i small wince
of envy
touches my cheek
and i wish
my own drive
was battery
operated
but it passes
as i know
this will only
quicken our pace

under the blanket
your shape suggests
gentle waves
but promises
thunder

drawing back
your veil
your dreaminess
becomes wicked
anticipation
and your divine
stink
invades my pores
like a serpent
in the garden

without words
you rise
hand still perched
where my eyes
can't follow
and below you
a shadow
of moisture
spreading
making the spot
where we will make
an altar
of sin

with delicate
brutality
your ballet hands
tear cloth from
my flesh
and leaves me
chilled
with heat
then turning
with a murderer's smile
those hands
hold the headboard
like claws

and peering
over
your shoulder
you
invite
me
in...



     

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Reviewed by Ryan Blood 3/20/2006
wow...

so sensual and sexy and primal. like many others, i adored "under the blanket/your shape suggests/gentle waves/but promises/thunder"

and i'm not turned off by the use of "stink," i think it adds to the bare-bones-no-frills imagery, and totally blends in. well done!
Reviewed by L. Figgins 4/23/2005
You could make anything feel like a Dove bar going down. Do you know how hard it is to write erotica without it being laughable?
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci 4/22/2005
First attempt? I'd say you
are a natural! I think
you should try your hand in this
genre more often!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/22/2005
O, my, Alexandre,

The imagery--so many classic, inviting lines, my favorite stanza is

"...under the blanket
your shape suggests
gentle waves
but promises
thunder...." OH my--GENIUS!!!!!!!!!!!

BRAVA!!!!!!!!!!!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by Sue Hess 4/22/2005
wow, i'm breathing heavier than i was when i started this...and i am not offended by the term stink...we all know sex has its very own smell and although i don't think of it as stink...i get the idea that you don't mean it in a negative way, very down to earth yet sensuous...thank you kind sir
Reviewed by A PAX 4/22/2005
My favorite line


under the blanket
your shape suggests
gentle waves
but promises
thunder

lol the reference to "stink" was sort of a turn off LOL sorry!

Maybe its a male thing/word lol

but all in all.............cool stuff :)

lol still laffing about the stink lol



Reviewed by Ed Matlack 4/22/2005
I thought about some erotica for Sue, but this one, Alex is way too good for me to even think about outdoing...hope she appreciates the power this one exudes...Ed
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