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A mans fire
by Deborah Richards

Wednesday, November 03, 2004
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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part one of a beginning

A mans fire

A time of truth and want, a kiss that spelled bound my thoughtís, swelled my memories and excited my body,

It was just be to night like all others a friend to hold me caress me, comfort me and a friend to cuddle with,

This night follows me throughout my days, my hours and minutes blanket it, I find me wanting to relive it over and over again,

Itís just a thought I once said, just deserts mirage in my mind,
So I thought,

As I lay,

Entwined in his arms I was home, a comfort over whelmed me, and with that I fell into him,

The strength of him embodied me,

Silently, as one I moaned, so I believed,

As two we gave a sense of benign, a need that both of us wanted, longed for and with that we breathed as one,

Into the night I turned to him, feeling his heart beat, his breath was hot but with such sweet scent, I could feel his face lean into mines, with a first kiss that captivated the soul, my soul, velvet red lips gave me more pleasure then I have every known, a touch that set my blood afire,

My body was wanting more, more then a kiss, the sensation I desired was this mans fire, as we gave pleasure, fore play called for more, and more was the entanglement of him,

Not once but twice a fantasy of this was no looking glass, the image was mine, and I shared it with him, consoled him with more, I gave into a thought, as reality set the mood,


This was time, a gift, that enabled me to be me, a cry in the night that I longed for, a secret that carried me into my pleasures,

What whispering words game from my lips as I was spelled bound, I said is name, asked him for more, as my arms brought him close to me, his body apologies me, as I took it all need,

This mans fire gave me heat, warmth that initiated more, and a move that said yes, this is my desire too,

Like this I lay,

In the arms of a man, that pleasured me, that I thought of desired, dreamed of and this night I smiled,

My words whispered once did I hope for this,

A fire that set my soul on fire,

And a kiss that began and ended with velvet lips,

A mans fire







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Reviewed by D May (Reader) 11/3/2004
Another fantastic write. This gentle awareness has a soft flow to it and your expression is raw and real. This has a real nice feel to it.



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