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Undressing Tess
by D L Johnson
Monday, June 04, 2007
Rated "R" by the Author.
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Undressing Tess


© 2007


Dan Johnson


 


A time of pure unbridled pleasure


Among the fairer sex,


a monumental treasure,


Soft, gentle like summer wind, always inviting,


Never rejecting.


 


That’s Tess, never complicated,


Pretentious


or full of


False implications.


 


One night after a drink or two or three


Tess said “come to my room”


lets see what love can bring...


 


In soft and lilting sounds she confessed;


 


“I love it most when you undress…Tess”


She then describes what makes her sex


So all consuming.


 


Tess said:


“I love the feeling of your breath on my neck,


How you gently whisper ‘I love you,’


then give me a lovely little peck,


that’s what I love.


 


When your hands slip silk and satin off my body,


Till nature’s gift is all that can be seen…and


Then we get so very hot.”


 


Then Tess continued in amorous surmising,


“I love so much the power of your…


Phoenix Rising; rubbing slowly and sensuously against my body…..


 


The journey of undressing Tess is slow


And seductive but now I know,


When we make love it’s a steady,


Gentle steam that goes on and on


And


 


Undressing Tess could take all night long.


 

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Reviewed by Helena Crutchett 6/8/2007
Lovely one written by a very passionate and sensual muse! Well done! ~ Helena
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 6/7/2007
I really enjoyed this as I do with all you write, absolutely beautiful. Thanks ,
Rose
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 6/5/2007
Undressing a lover should be done like peeling a onion, layer by layer, slowly and with tears of joy in the eyes.
Georg
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 6/5/2007
Very beautiful writing,enjoyed...Hugssss
Reviewed by George Thompson 6/5/2007
And the river continues to flow on and on and on... Great write and full of wonderful illusions. Liked this very much.

Friend,
George
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/4/2007
How many clothes does she wear then?

Not Tess of the d'Urbervilles, then....
Reviewed by Theresa Koch 6/4/2007
Sensual and beautiful~`*
Reviewed by George Carroll 6/4/2007
Ah the bliss of your true love and what makes married life so grand. Always exploring.
Reviewed by Stan Grimes 6/4/2007
Sensuous write to say the least. Dan you've got to stop visiting those porn sites (just kidding).
Reviewed by Barbara Mercer 6/4/2007
Wow! Dan! Your Tess sure knows a thing or two, lucky you and congratulations on so carefully and romantically rendering into a poem.
Reviewed by Sue Hess 6/4/2007
i have never managed the art of undressing sexily, i'm more likely to trip, one leg in my panties and the other God knows where and me on the floor, bare butt and all...takes a little of the mystery out of things, thats for sure
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 6/4/2007
A journey with curves and bends...up river? Who knows. Cheers
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 6/4/2007
I absolutely love this beautifully sensual poem. I read an erotic poem by a well known poet of other years and he said, "A sensual woman wants you to touch her, an erotic woman wants you not only to touch her but to look at her!" Great work Dan. Intense yet gentle.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/4/2007
Whoa there Dan, this is soft and sassy erotica at its best!
Captivating seductive poetry!

Love,
Eileen
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